The baroque Cathedral of Saint Michel built in the 17th century faces across a big square lined with arcaded and pastel painted houses. The building seems out of proportion to the size of the town. It was built by the town’s residents after an outbreak of the Black Death in gratitude for their survival. The roman style belltower that is to the right of the facade dates from the 13th century and belonged to a previous church that stood here. The decoration around the altar and ceiling frescoes are particularly notable.
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