Located in the village of Anais, this church is the result of many successive constructions which range from the Gallo-Roman period to the 17th century.
Excavations from 1979 to 1987 made it possible to better understand the history of the place. Thus, a Merovingian cemetery and a Gallo-Roman site have been uncovered. The excavations also helped to understand the plan of the Romanesque church, of which only the columns and capitals decorated with palmettes remain today.
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