Patrimoine du village de Valromey-sur-Séran : Sutrieu
Religious heritage

Patrimoine du village de Valromey-sur-Séran : Sutrieu


The village has historical and religious monuments:
The church of Saint-Laurent de Sutrieu: the attic of the church of Sutrieu is a shelter for bats and is classified as a type I natural zone of ecological, faunistic and floristic interest.
The chapel of Saint-Maurice de Charancin, whose statue of the Virgin and Child was restored in 2006 by Laetitia Cochet, has been listed as an object in the Palissy database since 1995; in Charancin, we should also note the church of Saint-Oyen de Charancin;
The statue of the Virgin (surmounting a well) in the village;
the Lèbe astronomical observatory located at the Lèbe pass allows the observation of the sun, planets and stars. A 2,300-metre thematic and educational trail devoted to the solar system, the weather and flora, completed by a garden with sundials;
The panoramic sites of Charancin and Cossonod;
A wash house in the village of Sutrieu; another in Mongonod as well as a communal oven
Several old farms typical of the Valromey including the Carrier and Deschamps houses in Sutrieu and the Perron-Bertaud house in Montgonod.
We can also mention the Berthollier house (dating from 1628 according to the inscription on the stable) and the Germain Jean house.

Patrimoine du village de Valromey-sur-Séran : Sutrieu
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