Église Notre-Dame de l’Assomption

This Baroque building features a square bell tower with a stone spire and a Renaissance façade.
In the Middle Ages, the church was dedicated to Saint-Martin, giving its name to the village.

The interior recalls Guibert's "Roman" style, a style that also to be found in the Sainte-Croix chapel of Saint-Martin-Vésubie, the churches of Lantosque and the Sospel cathedral.


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