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il ne faut pas oublier que Saint-Côme-d’Olt a su conserver une vraie vie de village.
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The Romanesque church of Cambon was often refurbished in the 16th century. It has the particularity of having two clocktowers. The original clocktower is erected at the centre of the crossing. In the 16th century a square clocktower was added, built on the first span of the ship.
The Joseph Vaylat museum of Arts et Traditions Populaires presents a traditional 19th century rourgat interior of a house ("cantou" fireplace, "souillarde" utility room and furniture...) as well as a rich collection of bedside fonts. Numerous objects of daily life from times gone by are presented by theme in an exceptional Gothic setting.
Perched on an impressive basaltic peak, the castle of Calmont d'Olt the historic monument dominates the Lot valley. Its silhouette leaves you in no doubt as to the military vocation of its ramparts built during the Hundred Years' War. Shows and live demonstrations with siege machines, an architecture discovery circuit, the "knights" game for children, and weapons and archeological exhibitions.
The Romanesque church of Perse, built between the late 11th century and the start of the 12th. The church of Perse was the parish church of Espalion until the construction in the 15th century of the church Saint-Jean-Baptiste (currently Musées des Arts et Traditions populaires et du Scaphandre) at the centre of the fortified town. The church of Perse was located on one of the roads of Compostelle from Puy-en-Velay to Conques.