What is left of the massive old (1602) defensive walls lead from the Porte de Bretagne and provide fine views. They extend primarily in a southern direction.
The 16C Gothic church of St.-Jean-Baptiste is the only church in town which survived WW I after the German bombing and 3 year occupation. Its outside walls are somewhat scarred but its interior is intact
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The guide book said this little town had an interesting church. So we stopped and looked at it as we went by. Its notable feature is a carved tympanum of the 13C showing the Nativity on the left and the Flight Into Egypt on the right. How did such fine earlt work get in such an out-of-the-way place?