Cultural Heritage, 



(XIVth, Romanesque style)

The church is located north of the cemetery in the village. The western façade is a gable wall topped by a campanile. The south gable wall has a two-storey elevation: the first level is pierced by a basket-handle door, the second level is opened by two basket-handle bays, which are filled in. The chevet is pierced by a small square bay, and a twin bay on its south face. The chevet is flat

"The church, which had remained a parish church until the revolution, and which has now been abolished, belongs in part to the Romanesque style (probably from the time of the foundation): it is not very large and ends with a semicircular apse. The north wall is the one that has retained its primitive character. An open belfry surmounts the western wall and contains the bell. "(Arcisse de caumont)