Eglise Saint-Maurice

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This church, which appears in pastoral visit records since the Middle Ages, was entirely rebuilt in 1780-81, following a fire that destroyed the village in 1778. Its large-scale design was erected by Francesco Luigi Garella in 1779.
The altars and statues of the Eglise Saint-Maurice were completely destroyed during the French Revolution. In 1818, work began on the church under the direction of the architect Bernard Triveli, in the popular Sardinian neo-Classical style. Two side chapels were built separately on either side of the large, vaulted nave, and the choir stalls were also modified to fit the main altar.
Chef Lieu, 73630, École
Open daily, throughout the year.