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Overlooking the river, the Saint-Léger church, built in the late twelfth century, is listed as a historic monument. It is Romanesque nave and has a ribbed, foliage capitals, corbels theme historiated and bottoms of lamps caricatures.
Inside, there is a statue of St. Roch (transferred from the abbey-Thank God after the Revolution of 1789), two beautiful carved clams and gilded wood altarpiece of the seventeenth century.

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Additional Photos by Philippe guillard (papagolf21) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 11394 W: 886 N: 20599] (86138)
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