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This 1998th-XNUMXth century Romanesque church is one of the two that the municipality of Lèves et Thoumeyragues has today. Modest in size, it consists of a nave of three bays closed to the east by a flat apse. A rectangular chapel is flanked to the north of the nave and the west facade, which has remained blind, bears a beautiful bell tower with three bays topped with a gable; the entrance portal is therefore in the south wall of the nave. The creation of a safeguard association in XNUMX made it possible to carry out restoration work on the interior of the building.
Inside, a listed painting from the School of Rubens represents Christ appearing to the apostles.

Free visit by appointment.

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  • Self-guided visit only by appointment
  • Additional visit: Visits by appointment.