XII century Romanesque building has undergone several restorations. Inside: dome pendants, two chapels, a seventeenth-century altarpiece, paving stones, where a well designed rooms with fathers. Two habitable rooms and a loft bunk house the monks could Aubazine (from visiting their barns) or the pilgrims or the population at risk. Outside the porch is home to three bas-reliefs, the death of the wicked rich man, the punishment of the miser, the man to fish and twelve capitals. For the visit, ask for the keys to the City Council. Free guided tours of about one hour as part of National Heritage Days.
Tel: 05 55 73 71 04