In Aigle. It is one of the 79 stages of the Via Francigena, a 2000 km long highway of faith, stretching from Canterbury in the south of England, across France and Switzerland, before reaching Rome in Italy.
It was probably raised during the 12th century. Located near the castle of Aigle.
Its bell tower with its stone spire, typical of the Rhone Valley, houses four bells from different periods: Gothic, Baroque and modern. Bell tower that could date from the end of the 15th century.
Fun, the barrel of wine in front of the entrance of the church ...