Eglise Saint-Colomban

Patrimoine culturel

Saint-Columbus owes its name to Saint Colomban, Irish bishop. This church built in the 11th and 13th centuries is listed in the inventory of historical monuments. The portal of this building represents the mystery of the Holy Trinity. It was remodeled in the 16th century. In the 19th century it took its final form. The Revolution passed through where all the interior furniture and statuary were destroyed except for a polychrome stone statue from the 16th century which would become the object of devotion. The seven arcades of the main sanctuary represent the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit as well as the seven sacraments. The 19th century interior paintings are the work of an artist from Agenais, Mr. Tartas.

45 impasse de l'église
GPS : 44.6145348 | 0.47264369
Information le lundi et jeudi de 9h à 12h et de 14h à 18h, vendredi de 9h à 12h - Phone : +33 5 53 76 64 00
Pour accueil de personnes à mobilité réduite - Phone : +33 5 53 94 17 83

Opening : Open all year round, free visit every day of the year until 6 p.m.

Registered and listed sites

Visiting conditions : Unaccompanied tours

Languages : French

Prices :
Free of charge -