Welcome to Briance Sud Haute-Vienne tourism
Ich in archaeological remains from all periods, from prehistory to contemporary times, the territory of the Briance Sud Haute-Vienne Community of Communes invites you to discover a rich built heritage.
Archeological vestiges (1)
Bridges and civil engineering structures (2)
Permanent exhibitions and collections (1)
Religious buildings (14)
Small and unusual heritage (9)
Urban architecture (3)
Chateau chervix (5)
La porcherie (2)
Magnac bourg (6)
Pierre buffiere (6)
Saint genest sur roselle (1)
Saint germain les belles (3)
Saint hilaire bonneval (3)
Saint vitte sur briance (3)
Vicq sur breuilh (7)
Church dedicated to Saint-Pierre-ès-Liens: its two bell towers make it look beautiful, it shelters a statue of Saint-Roch made in multicolour wood as well as a freshly restored painting r...
La Chapelle des Chauveix: very old Marian chapel. The local artist Roch Popelier decorated it with frescos telling the life of Saint Fraçois d’Assise implanted in the heart of the local w...
Comes from the old granary of the Rohan family (13th century). Situated at the corner of the square, it was transferred and attached to this house in about 1900. The houses behind the pha...
Visible as you go towards Nouailhac. A curiosity, and quite rare. There are still three of them in the region.
Municipal bread oven.
Curzac castle: It dates from the 15th century; it is possible to visit it during the patrimony days. You can see it very well from the road. Access: D16 road to Saint-Germain-Les-Belles.
The tower was built by the voluntary firemen of Magnac-Bourg and inaugurated in 1949. This tower decorated with the dove of peace was used for drying the fire hoses. It also held the fire...
The church was built in 1873 and has a neo-gothic style. Its stone bell tower is octagonal. Its stained-glass windows are as old as the rest of the edifice.
This church of pure radiant Gothic style (15th) is the only one in the Haute Vienne to be dedicated to Saint James the Greater. Built on the ruins of the castle chapel in the 15th century...
Between Saint-Germain-Les-Belles and Magnac-Bourg the railway viaduct (called viaduc ferroviaire du Croup) superbly integrated in the scenery for more than a century overlooks the area (4...
2 place de la bascule
Tel : 05 55 00 89 91
Place du 8 mai 1945
Tel : 05 55 00 94 33
Avenue du Remblai
Tel : 05 55 71 88 65
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