The Saint Alban church overlooks the spring and its washhouse, and the esplanade on which it stands offers an unobstructed view of the hills of the Pays d'Othe.
Originally dating from the 16th century, it was completely rebuilt in 1821, but its wooden altarpiece depicting the Last Judgment, unique in the dawn, bears witness to its early life. Dating from the 16th century, it has been listed as a historic monument since 1895. Other pieces of the church's furnishings are classified as historic monuments, including a 19th-century ceramic bust of Edme François Congniassé Desjardins de Fontvannes and several 14th- and 16th-century polychrome limestone statuettes of saints.
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