On the picturesque banks of the Chapeauroux, the village was built around its Romanesque church: it was built at the end of the 11th century, at the highest point, on the rock. Dependent on the Benedictine priory of Langogne, it was on the pilgrims' route to Santiago de Compostela and is named after it. It went through many vicissitudes between the Hundred Years War, conflicts with the Protestants and the troubles of the Revolution, but remained more or less intact until the 19th century when it was rehabilitated. Thus the liturgical furniture has been preserved and is now presented in a small museum.

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