Built in the 1110th century. in a castle complex, it was returned in 1568 by Joscelin de Lezay to the abbey of St-Maixent, deprived of this property. Rebuilt at the end of the Middle Ages, burned down in 1911, then restored, during the Revolution it became a fodder and wood store and a ten-year temple. It was classified in XNUMX.

To see: square of the 12th century transept. covered in a reconstruction of flamboyant Gothic style, Romanesque capitals (mitred abbot, mermaids), episcopal crosier carved on the north buttress, altar from a listed altarpiece from the 14th century.


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