Guided tours of a 12th century church

Enjoy a detailed tour of the Romanesque church, dating from the 12th century with its 19th century polychrome altarpiece and its Aubusson tapestry «The woman receives wings».

©Mairie de Sornac

Enjoy a detailed visit of the Romanesque church, dating from the 12th century with its polychrome altarpiece of the 19th century and its tapestry of Aubusson «The woman receives wings».

About the venue

Place de l'église, 19290 Sornac
  • Édifice religieux

Romanesque church of the twelfth century with a polychrome altarpiece of the nineteenth century. Two chapels of the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries (with a Sacred Heart of Jesus and a Virgin), an old chapel, dedicated to Saint Joseph, with signs of the Templars (cross of Malta) and a belfry-wall. It houses an imposing polychrome altarpiece and a tapestry of Aubusson "The woman receives wings".

Access: Parking 20 m from the church.

Église Saint-Roch ©commune de Sornac