Church , Listed or registered (CNMHS) , Historic site and monument , Renaissance at Saint-André-les-Vergers
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- First half of the 16th century. Renaissance west door (1549), richly decorated. Imposing and remarkable spire (52 m). Florentine School altarpiece consecrated to the Virgin whose representation in black marble is attributed to the Saint-Léger workshop. Remarkable statuary, rare separate tabernacle in gilded wood (end of the 15th century). 16th century paintings on wood, 17th and 18th centuries paintings including a Jansenist representation of Christ. Beautiful 16th and 19th centuries stained-glass windows, some by the Troyes School. Remarkable collection of brotherhood staffs, huge revolutionary sundial.
- In the town centre
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