Tenèze, Emile Duchier Bridge
The Emile Duchier Bridge, frequently referred to as the “Tenèze Bridge,” was built by municipal decision in 1932 to replace a granite bridge. Inaugurated in 1933, it was completely restored in 1995. Emile Duchier was mayor of Saint-Sulpice-le-Dunois from 1904 to 1935 and general councillor of the Creuse.
Bourg, Monument aux morts
The war memorial was built around 1920, in the aftermath of World War I, in memory of the thirty soldiers from Villard who died for France. After World War II, two more names were added. The monument is adorned with bronze palms, symbols of sacrifice and martyrdom.
Bourg, Eglise de la Conversion de Saint Paul
This Romanesque church, the oldest parts of which date from the mid-12th century, originally belonged to a former priory-cure that depended on the provostry of Saint-Vaury, itself attached to the abbey of Saint-Martial de Limoges. Dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, the church was later placed under the vocation of the Conversion of Saint Paul. Remodeled in the 18th century, it was restored several times during the 19th and 20th centuries. The church is distinguished by its south portal, whose voussoirs are decorated with a torus falling on sculpted capitals representing human and animal forms. Until 2008, only the portal was protected as a historical monument. The church is now listed in its entirety.