Built in 1704, thanks to the profits of a woollen stockings factory, it remains a worship place. Its decoration is typical of the 19th century.
The bridge dates from the Middle Ages, and more exactly from the 13th century. It was one of the front doors of the city.
The Hospital tower framed the primitive hospice, dating 1686. The chapel and the tower, date 1704.
The Colonjon tower, just like the Martyrs tower, is one of the last vestiges of the old ramparts of the city.
In Mayol square, you can see an ancient house of the 16th century adjoined by a tower (monogram on the balcony), and a very beautiful door studed in parecloses....Read more
Remains of the 1105 castle, you can catch sight of the the carved door which allowed to reach the enclosure of the castle as well as the door of Bourgville,...Read more
Magnificent property having belonged to Marc Seguin. There are a large park, a greenhouse with mural paintings, a chapel, laboratories, a library, an observatory...,...Read more
Statue of the two brothers : Etienne and Joseph de Montgolfier who realized in 1783 one of the old dreams of Man: rise and fly freely in the air thanks...Read more
Saint-Claire's chapel is Gothic style. It contains only a single nave. Over an old gate, there is a very beautiful oculus. It is originally the chapel...Read more