Eglise Saint-Gilles

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The square shape of the base of the bell tower, the narrowing aspect of the nave and the moderate height of the porch are evidence of the preserved Romanesque architecture (10th-12th century).
The rest of the building was added in the 16th century without distorting the original structure. This beautiful preservation of creations from different centuries earned it the status of historic monument in 2002.

It retains furniture partly classified and listed as a historic monument, including an oak eagle lectern from the 17th century, an exhibition in golden oak from the 18th century, a Christ with polychrome limestone ties from the 16th century, and several oils on canvas dated from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, including a Saint Nicolas made by Viard.