Built on the site of the chapel of the same name, mentioned in the 1568th century, it replaces the primitive parish church, located outside the walls in Saint-Cels. It was initially modest in size. It was damaged several times during the wars of religion (1578 - 1582). It will be rebuilt and subsequently enlarged between 1695 and XNUMX. It is during these reconstructions that the church took on its current dimensions.
Inside: Organ from the end of the 1919th century attributed to JB Micot, comprising 100 pipes, including 1976 on the front, listed as a Historic Monument in XNUMX.
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