Les cinq Chapelles de Durfort Lacapelette
The Church of St. Paul the Brugues The present 19th century church was rebuilt on the site of a church of the 12th century. The church of Saint Hubert Located south of the town of Durfort, it is the oldest church. It dates from the late fifteenth century and was rebuilt on the site of another ancient church. The church of Saint Simplice Saint Simplice is a corruption of the name of Saint Sulpice that we find formerly and still in the middle of the 19th century to describe this parish whose full name is Saint Simplice of Durfort or del Chieulet. The church of Saint Martin de Montaure This is the smallest church in the town. for many years property of the bishops of Cahors, it was then sold to the abbot of Moissac at the same time as that of Saint Paul and Saint-Hilaire. This church is just a few meters from the road to Santiago de Compostela. The church of Saint Hilaire The church of Saint Hilaire is mentioned in 1214, then in 1240, in the bull of Gregory IX among the possessions of the Abbey of Moissac.
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