Church at Montgueux
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The church houses an interesting statuary composed mainly of two beautiful statues of the Trojan school representing Sainte-Barbe and Saint-Roch, but also of the Christ of the Altar (17th century) and two works by the modern sculptor Henri Charlier (Notre-dame de Délivrance and Sainte-Germaine de Pibrac).
Finally, the church preserves some beautiful stained glass windows from the 16th century and the funeral slab of Nicolas Riglet (1567) and his wife (1560).
Period and styles - 16th century
This building owes its preservation shortly after the war to the efforts of a committee created to carry out its restoration.
(Text extracted from the Observatory of Religious Heritage)
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