Eglise Saint-Germain

71460 Culles-les-Roches • Church

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Culles-les-Roches has a prehistoric site and remains from the Gallic, Gallo-Roman and Merovingian periods. In the Middle Ages, the village depended on the Châtellenie de Saint-Gengoux-le-Royal. It was under the influence of Cluny that the church of Culles-les-Roches was built in the 11th century under the name of Saint-Germain. This saint was born near Autun (c.496-c.576) and was bishop of Paris.

Opening times

Open from April to October. Open on request from Culles-les-Roches town hall from November to March (tel. 03 85 44 06 55).

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Eglise Saint-Germain
Le Bourg
71460 Culles-les-Roches

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