Trinité Abbey Church
This church combines elements from various periods; decorative openwork of the amazing Flamboyant Gothic west front contrasts with a plain Romanesque 12C bell tower, 80m high. Inside, the transept is an 11C vestige. The vaulting was altered in the 13C in the Angevin style and the nave, begun in the mid-14C, was not finished until the early 16C. The primitive transept crossing capitals are noteworthy, as is the 14C chancel, with stained-glass from the same period and handsome late-15C stalls.