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The church Notre-Dame de l'Assomption

Going up at the end of the 12e century, it suffered hard from the conflicts during its history. Altered at the following centuries, it was restored in 1881, in particular thanks to the Duke of Cambaceres. It presents: a gate of the 13e century, overcome by a rosette of style Gothic blazing of the 16th century, a nave of the 16th century, framed the collateral ones and finished by a right bedside in which announces a twisted column emphasizing the know-how of the stone mason, a whole of excellent invoice: chorus, high altar, canopy.

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