I’m trying to identify this building:
For completeness, this is the unrestored uncropped version:
According to metadata, the image was taken in 1900-1910 and it is captioned as “facade of a building with a Romanesque entrance” and the location is stated as “France”, with a “Bassignac” listed as a possible location.
I have checked images of churches from Bassignac (Cantal) and the whole Cantal with no results. I have also tried the two other villages in France named Bassignac.
From other images in the collection we know that the photographer traveled to Carcassonne and Paris, but also into southern Germany and Switzerland and in northern Spain up to Galicia, although most of his photographs were taken in Catalonia – however I don’t expect that building to be in Catalonia because it would likely be already identified and because we have very few large Romanesque buildings.
I’ve tried around Carcassonne, also without results.
The image can be found in Wikimedia Commons or at its original location.
For details about my motives to identify the building, please read the end of the first question in this series – today’s one is the third one and I’m afraid this is getting harder as it goes.