Saint-Léger’s church

In the town square in the centre of the village.

This is a roman edifice from the eleventh century which has been listed on the historical register since 1973. This building is dedicated to Saint-Léger, a martyr canonized in 681.

This monument is typically Limousin, and moreover it was nearly entirely rebuilt in fifteenth century. In the northern wall a carved plate of limestone (a rare material in the Limousin) is embedded, it represents the symbol of the blessing hand.
This plate is closely linked with the history of Grammont. 

Coordinates :

- Latitude : 46.108986398715 N
 - longitude : 1.36771738529205 E


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