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Built during a prosperous period, this church is in the flamboyant Gothic style of the 15th century. Built by the Burgundian Sires on the remains of a Romanesque building, of which some traces remain (pools), it has a beautiful overall harmony. The unique choir has an altar made of a massive buhr mill, cut from local sandstone. On top of it are anthropomorphic keystones with the effigy of the Lords of Neuchâtel. The sculpted stone pulpit, the baptismal font and the south portal are fine examples of Renaissance architecture. Guided tour every third Monday from March to October, Information and reservations at the Tourist Information Office of La Vôge-Les-Bains, and free visit all year round.
Type of amenities : Historic monument or place to visit
Conditions of visit : Visit on your own at all times
Category of tourist venue - historic building : Listed historic monument (MH)
Subject of tourist venue - historic building : Religious architecture
Groups welcome : YES
Free : YES