Former church of a priory-deanship of Cluny, this Romanesque building has been redesigned: its nave has been enlarged, a wooden spire and a framed gallery were added to the thin bell tower in the 15th century. To see: the bell tower and the apse decorated with Lombard bands; inside: Romanesque stoup, paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries.
- Pets not allowed
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