Place de la Mairie - 86360 MONTAMISE
 +33 5 49 44 90 00
Of the Romanesque legacy, the church has preserved the choir, except a vault. Witness columns and columns with capitals.
The church is built on the site formerly occupied, as the sarcophagi of Carolingian times discovered all around show.
It is built from the 1860s on the plans of the architect Godineau.
From the primitive church there remains only the Romanesque apse.
The nave has four bays, vaulted in lowered hanger with doubleaux.
An important misalignment marks the junction between the reconstructed part in the nineteenth century and the choir with Roman bases.
The bell tower houses three bells classified as historical monuments.
In the 17th century, one of the side altars was dedicated to Saint Quitère, patron saint of the parish.

Opening hours to the public :
Every day, all the year from 9h to 19h.
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Place de la Mairie
Tel : +33 5 49 44 90 00

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