The Saint-Michel church, in neo-Gothic style, dates back to the second half of the XNUMXth century. It replaced the Romanesque church that once existed on this same site. The building is composed of a bell tower with a spire (which surmounts a porch).
The church, which has a single nave, has preserved a painted decoration, in which is represented the blessing Christ who holds a banner.
A wrought iron mission cross, which also dates back to the second half of the XNUMXth century, stands on the church square.
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- In the countryside
- More than 30 minutes by car from Bordeaux
- In the village
- Entre-deux-Mers region
- Bordeaux wine region - Entre-deux-Mers