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The Church

 

The 12th century Romanesque church was restored during Gothic times. The 15th century portal opens onto a single nave arched with ribs, ending at a semi-circular apse. The church has a classic, triangular wall belfry.

The (private) chateau GRAULET
is located at the place known as “Graulet”. It is a large building belonging to the lord, who owned most of the land at Sainte Eulalie.


The Church

Casseplegat Forest: “Crozes tambournes” are found there. These are enormous open holes, sometimes forming galleries, which were used as shelters for brigands.