On the heights of the hamlet of Aubigny-sur-Badin is the Saint-Symphorien church, the only vestige of an old priory founded in the 11th century. It was destroyed during the Thirty Years' War. Of Gothic structure, the Saint-Symphorien church is characterized by a Cistercian stripping and a very marked Burgundian influence: nave of six bays with ribbed vaulted aisles (late 12th century), choir with flat chevet (13th century), portal with trilobal tympanum (13th century). The church houses interesting furniture: a flamboyant Eucharistic cupboard, high altar and altarpiece. The bell tower is equipped with one of the oldest bells in the department (1562). Classified as a Historical Monument on 21 February 1914. The Merovingian cemetery, which surrounds this building, benefits from the presence of a remarkable tree, a lime tree called Sully, about 400 years old.
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