Eglise Saint-Nicolas

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The church of St. Nicholas is one of the rare Aube examples of a church erected in the 17th century. The dense construction of the 16th century, as well as earlier buildings built in the 12th century, avoided many construction sites in the 17th century. St. Nicholas' was built in 1678 to replace the Romanesque church on the site.

The church preserves some pieces classified as historical monuments such as two sculptures from the 16th century, one in oak represents the education of the Virgin, the other in limestone represents Saint Eloi, a bas-relief in limestone also dates from the 16th century and represents Saint Nicolas, there are also two statues from the 18th century, one in oak, a Virgin with child, and the other in limestone, Saint Claude.


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