Romanic church built from the 12th century, in the shape of Latin cross. Of this period remain the transept, the octagonal dome on pendants, a part of the head as well as an exceptional set of narrative capitals in the choir. The bell tower is of neo-Romanic style Limousin and culminates at 60 meters high. In the crypt are visible the vestiges of the previous basilica of the 5th century, updated in 1986 and 1987.
Free access, 9am-6pm. Guided tours for individual people and groups by prior arrangement. Contact Brive tourist office.