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Eglise de Léogeats
Eglise de Léogeats
Eglise de Léogeats
Eglise de Léogeats

Eglise Saint-Christophe de Léogeats to Leogeats

Built between the 12th and 16th centuries at the end of a rocky spur, the church was used as a defensive structure, as illustrated by the hourd above the west portal. The entrance and choir of the church are Romanesque. In the Gothic period, the nave was covered with pointed arches, the bases of which were supported by curious stone grinning heads. A second nave was added, into which the door reserved for lepers opened. The church furnishings include a pulpit, an altarpiece and a statue of Saint Christopher.