Church of Notre-Dame (13th C), a beautiful building in Burgundian Gothic style. The facade is articulated horizontally by two galleries, between which are gargoyles in the form of grotesque figures. The church has a clock tower (1382) with mechanical figures; originally there was only a single male figure, but in the course of time (most recently in 1881) he has been joined by a woman and two children. Inside, in a chapel on the right, is an 11th C "Black Virgin", one of the oldest pieces of wood sculpture in France. The church also contains a fine tapestry altar-cloth and a modern tapestry depicting the unsuccessful siege of 1513 and the liberation of 1944.
Religious - Christianity