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Minzac Town Hall

Minzac baptismal fonts, which are probably the oldest in South-west France (12th, possibly even 11th century) were discovered in the church cemetery where they had been abandoned. They can now be seen in the entrance of Villefranche Town Hall which forms part of the museum.

 

 

Silver-Gilt Chalice (17th century)

The chalice was given to the people of Minzac by a monk from the Abbey of La Plagne whom
the residents hid during the Revolution.
It was put into safety in the bishopric.