The church of Saint-Vivien, which has been redesigned many times, now offers an indefinable architectural style where Romanesque, Gothic and Classical mingle. Its interior houses the tomb of Jacques Goulard, lord of Marsais who died in 1474.

This eclectic ensemble has recently been fitted with very beautiful stained glass windows depicting scenes from the Old and New Testaments and an ogival wooden frame, made by a local craftsman and which floods the vessel with light in its brown tones. and surprisingly warm.
We will also discover the ruins of the Château de Beaulieu, built a little behind the church in the XNUMXth century. Legend has it that it is connected to the Château d'Olbreuse, in Deux-Sèvres, by an underground passage.

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