19th-century church, classified a historic monument. Neo-classical architecture with some elements taken from the Renaissance period. The vault collapsed in 1848 and was rebuilt several years later. Monumental façade with an open porch featuring a semicircular arch. Beautiful set of 17th-century paintings. The size, quality of construction and sculptures all make this a truly remarkable monument. Inside, there is a very beautiful organ and some interesting 17th-century paintings.
The organ was built in 1864 by organ maker Verschneider, to the Eglise Saint-Denis in Nuits-Saint-Georges. It was considered to be too small and sold to Brazey in 1875. It has two cabinets (wooden structures containing the pipes), but the upper cabinet is only for decorative purposes and only holds wooden pipes that are not used.
In this church, there is also a set of 17th-century paintings, seven of which are either classified or listed as historic monuments. The “Christ et la Madeleine” is the church’s main artwork since it was painted by Jean Tassel, a painter from the 18th century, and a native of Langres (some of his work is exhibited at the Louvre and the Musée de Dijon). The painting is classified a historic monument.
Church open all year round.