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Montferrand Market Hall

The commune has four monuments classified in the National Inventory of Historic Monuments :
-16th century covered market hall
-One 16th century house
-Church of Saint Christophe with interior murals. The church was first mentioned in a papal of 1153 as " Sancti Christophori " being as asset of the abbey in Sarlat.
-12th century Château de Montferrand (in private hands).

New parish church

Other properties of historic interest include:
-Château de Régagnac dating from 16th and 17th centuries (privately owned).
-New parish church built in the village in 1849 which contains several items listed in a general inventory of cultural heritage, in particular the stained glass dating from the first half of the 20th century and the altar trappings from the second half of the 19th century.
-Renaissances houses in the village and a " chartreuse " (or charterhouse).
The commune has a signposted circular walk marked in yellow, to help visitors discover the heritage of the village and church of Saint Christophe. The walk forms part of the GR36 ; an information leaflet is available from the Mairie or from the library.

Village House

Village Fête Day

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