Église Saint-Christophe


Crypt of the eighth century, Gothic style of the twelfth and thirteenth century. Its fortified tower above 30 m date of the eleventh century. The rest of the building is newer and involves also the Romanesque and Gothic elements. The nave of the thirteenth century includes the eighth century crypt containing the relics of St. and St. Agoard Aglibert in the northeast corner. It is actually three naves separated by four columns that determine crime identical vaulted nine spans of edges. This church is a listed monument since 1928. Numerous archaeological excavations were conducted around the church, including updating Merovingian sarcophagi and graves dating back perhaps to the fourth century. The neo-Gothic stained glass windows of the apse date from 1854: three windows depicting the life of Christ. The window of the north chapel is dedicated to the Virgin and the Chapel of South St. Genevieve. Other openings are filled with grisaille from the late nineteenth century. The bells are three in number: Elizabeth Josephine (over 2500 pounds) consolidated in 1867, Marie (less than 200 pounds) offered in 1552 at the Chapel of Our Lady of Wicks and reported to the church during the Revolution, and the bell of the Martyrs (800 pounds) installed in 1992.


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