EGLISE PAROISSIALE SAINTE EULALIE
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42 avenue Jean Jaurès, 66170 MILLAS
This church was first notificated in the XIIth century. Protected by fortified walls built between the XIIIth century and XVth century, the church houses an incredible painted tribune (XVth century) registered to the Historical Monuments since 1965. There is also two stoups, a 1715 bell decorated with a fish and two lezards, and an altar table (1645) credited to Lazare Tremullas. This church keeps many other pieces of religious art.
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