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Church
The partly Romanesque church, modified during the 17th century, has a portal with two pointed arches, and, on each side, two massive buttresses that have rounded tops and are not sloping.
The wall belfry has a semi-circular window. A cornice separates the rectangular register from the triangular register.

-Courrège Dolmen
The Neolithic tombstones were erected 5000-2000 BC and are formed of massive blocks of stone.