Rue de l'Eglise 11
1461 Haut-Ittre (Ittre)
The church of Haut-Ittre is dedicated to Saint-Laurent. Originally, around the year 1000, it was not a church but a watchtower to watch over the countryside. In the 12th century, a central nave and a Romanesque choir were added to this tower.
Later, as the village expanded, the side naves were added. These were built in flamboyant Gothic or late Gothic style over more than 5 centuries.
Very picturesque, this church will bewitch you with its discreet charm and peaceful atmosphere. It is also remarkable for its stained-glass windows, its wooden statues from the 15th and 16th centuries, its cult objects from the 18th century, a baptismal font lid with cremations struck with mitred heads, and the contemporary Way of the Cross created by the painter and graphic designer Michel Olyff, who lives in Haut-Ittre.
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