XNUMXth century church.
The stained glass windows of the choir represent Saint Médard and Saint Radegonde, queen of the Franks and patroness of Poitiers.
Its facade, its choir and the beginning of the walls of its nave are from the Romanesque period.
The Romanesque bell tower with two bays houses two bells, the smallest of which from the church of Charentenay, dating from 1641, was listed in 2004.
The XNUMXth century facade is pierced by a semicircular portal with three bare arches resting on twice the number of small columns. The use of a shell limestone practically prohibited any sculpture.
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