Saint Medard Church

11th century, 12th century, Church in Saint-Médard-la-Rochette
  • 11th / 12th-century church, fortified in the 14th / 15th century. Situated up on a high point, the church, which is dedicated to St Médard, the Norwegian bishop of Noyon, watches over the Creuse valley. The original building consists of a nave with two bays, ending with a semicircular apse from the 11th and 12th centuries. You can admire its stone altar on Gallo-Roman columns, a stoup and a granite baptismal basin; the latter is adorned with a sawtooth and egg-shaped motif.
  • Equipment
    • Access for disabled
  • Services
    • Self-guided visits
  • All year 2023
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