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The church of St Etienne was built in the 13th century and for whatever reasons rebuilt in the 15th century on the old foundations.

Important transformations took place in 1490, 1700 and 1893 when part of the building was demolished to widen the road.

There are two portals. The one on the left is gothic, the right one is roman style.


Two recumbents: female (14th century) and masculine (15th century)

The twisted spire.

In the download section on the website you will find a small guide to the church (in French).

Les portails de l'église St Etienne L'interieur eglise de javerlhac

Creation date : 02/03/2012 • 18:51
Last update : 08/02/2017 • 12:19
Category : - Javerlhac history
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Good to know

There is a bus from Angoulême to Nontron via Javerlhac (ligne 20).

Since september 2012 it costs only 1 Euro to go to Angoulême. The bus stop on the place 8 Mai 1945. Now it is cheap and easy to town for an afternoon.

Les horaires sur le site du Conseil général de la Charente (ICI)


see also

the weather station Météo la Maladrerie (Nontron)

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