Eglise de Prissey - Prémeaux-Prissey
Heritage from Prémeaux-Prissey
This church has been founded in 13th century. Its roof has been changed recently. Its is really charming, while it keeps its primitive rusticity. It has a choir with flat chevet, a lordly chapel, and an unfinished bell-tower. In 19th century, a porch has been added. The formar facade was similar with churches of Villy-le-Moutier and Villebichot. Nave has kept elegant buttress and arched windows. The apse has a rosace, two twin windows and its gable is pierced by a symbolic cross. Among furniture, we can admire tombstones of 15th and 18th century, of which this one of Charles de Saulx, represented dressed as soldier. Some of them are decorated with tools of vine-growers, carpenters, joiner engraved in stone.
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