Collegiate of Our Lady of the Assumption
Built in the 13C, destroyed in 1434 and immediately rebuilt, the building has two Gothic faces. Inside, ancient and modern elements sit side by side. By the 14-15C stained glass windows, there are modern windows by Al Cingria representing the 12 apostles and windows by the glass painter Sergio de Castro containing characters from the Old Testament.
Apr-Sep: 8am-8pm; rest of year: 8.30am-7pm
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