The church of Luzenac de Moulis dates from the XNUMXth century.

Outside, one can notice a Romanesque portal, to the west, without a full tympanum, decorated with two archivolts with round ribs from the XNUMXth century. and very naive. It is integrated into a Jesuit-style facade with a brace.

The Romanesque apse is built in tufa. 

The bell tower is remarkable for its twelve sides, pierced by two floors of arched bays and separated by twin columns. It ends in a conical point covered with slate with a XNUMXth century bell. 

Inside, the nave is barrel vaulted slightly ogival and ends in a vaulted apse in quarter of a sphere.
The Gothic chapels were added in the XNUMXth century. they include an altarpiece dedicated to the pilgrim Saint-Roch. a gilded wood virgin, a XNUMXth century wooden Christ and a stoup in Aubert marble.


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Couserans Pyrenees

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