Eglise Sainte-Trinité de Coulon

The priory church was founded in 830 by the abbey of Charroux, then attached to the abbey of Nieul-sur-l'Autize and placed under the name of Saint-Sauveur. Often plundered by the Normans, it was rebuilt in the 1569th century and received the name Holy Trinity at the end of the 1671th century. In the XNUMXth century, the monument was partly rebuilt, then burned in XNUMX by the Huguenots. Its bell tower was rebuilt in XNUMX. The building was remodeled in the XNUMXth century and included on the additional list of Historic Monuments.

To see: false exterior preacher and funeral liter from the 18th century due to the lord of Coulon Gabriel Simon de Montbrun.

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Church Square
79510 COULON
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