The Church of Sainte Marie Madeleine in Ferrières dates from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries. This former seigniorial chapel is a simple building with a single nave.
The Sainte Marie Madeleine Church is built according to a cruciform plan (in the shape of a Latin cross). It is opened by a roof with long sides in hollow tiles.
The facade is surmounted by an arched bell tower. The interior decor is very sober. Only a corbel, reused on the facade, seems older. This one depicts a man drinking from a barrel.
The church serves as a burial place for the Le Mastin-Nadaillac family. A tombstone of Charles Germinac le Mastin, from 1727, kept inside the building, is nowadays presented outside with his heirs.
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