Collégiale Saint-Léonard

Church in St-Léonard-de-Noblat

This 11th-century Romanesque church was once an important stop on the Limousin route (Via Lemovicensis) of the Way of Saint James. Note the local-style bell tower, which has four square stories surmounted by two octagonal stories. Inside, you'll find the tomb of Saint Léonard, above which hang chains, indicating his role as the patron saint of prisoners.

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