Destroyed by a fire during the 15th century, restored in a Renaissance style, with Classical additions from the 17th century, bombed during the Second World War, this Norman church has been restored since 1951. Inside, admire the 16th century and the modern stained-glass windows. The most beautiful part of the church is the bell tower dating back to the 16th century. Nestled in the bell tower, Regulus, the Roman soldier automaton, symbol of the given word, has been striking the bells every hour since 1826!
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