Saint-Symphorien church in Fondettes was built in the 12th century. The actual appearance is the result of the modifications made in the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. This church is composed of a nave of three bays closed to the East by a choir and an apse and has two chapels. The last restoration of the building dates from 1990 and has, among other things, restored the four heads of pinnacles and small sculptures of the west facade, the entire roof, the bell tower, and the rooster that has been replaced.
|Address||2 Route de Pernay, (Viw with gmap)