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This church, whose large nave was Romanesque with a semicircular apse which only extended as far as the entrance to the current choir, was burnt down twice during the wars of religion. Material evidence of this is found in the charred stones of the southern wall. Following these disasters, it was rebuilt, retaining everything that could still hold. Romanesque flat buttresses have been preserved. The apse has been completely redone and the church enlarged.

Keys on request from the town hall.

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  • Unclassified



  • Self-guided visit only by appointment