Dedicated to Saint Crépin, shoemaker in Soissons, who died in 287, the church, in 1550, came under the bishopric of Saintes.
Seen from the outside, this building looks unattractive. The aspect of the walls is very varied, accusing multiple times.
A 1781th century bell tower carries a bell from XNUMX.
The interior of the church is much more interesting than the exterior. Its plan consists of four spans. One of the bays serves as a sacristy. It has retained a large closed Gothic window.
Martyr of the Church, Saint Crépin is today the patron saint of shoemakers.
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