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Eglise de Saint Léger Bridereix

13th century at Saint-Léger-Bridereix

  • It is a XVI century funeral chapel, with a ribbed vault with bridgings and tiercerons, which contained the tombs of neighbouring lords. On one side and the other of this chapel are two statues, in a popular style, made from polychrome wood and representing Saint Léger, patron saint of the Saint Roch parish. They appear to date from the XVIII century.
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