Eglise de Campagne

A church restored in the XIXth century whose bell tower is decorated with a magnificent weather vane: if the salamander points to the west ... the rain is not far away. If the duck points its beak ... the opposite is true. Campenians are proud of it! The face to face has been going on since the beginning of the last century. Inside the church, a fresco by Longa; outside, the tomb of the Viscount of Marsan, parish priest of Campagne, who died in 1868.

  • Secondary Type: Rural heritage
  • Type: Rural heritage