This Flamboyant Gothic hall church was built in the 15C and is fronted by a square tower (11C-12C) with machicolations. Inside, the vaulting, painted in 1536, depicts scenes from the Old and New Testaments and effigies of patron saints. Also note the Baroque pulpit by Scholtus, a Gothic wooden Entombment (16C), Romanesque fonts and a fine beaten-iron chandelier or "crown of light" (16C).
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