The church of Saint Pierre Saint Paul is a remarkable building. It has a unique architecture in Burgundy
Its impressive dimensions remind us that Cravant was a city of more than 3000 inhabitants.
The church belonged then to the bishops of Auxerre who came there regularly and had done everything to make it beautiful and imposing. The interior of the church, with its nave, Renaissance choir, chapels, keystones and vaulted ceilings, bears witness to its prestigious past.
It was built in the 9th century, enlarged in the 12th century and rebuilt at the end of the 16th century.