Church of Saint-Martin de Viam
The building, which was probably built in the 12th century and rebuilt at the end of the 14th century, remarkably never had any side chapels. It opens to the west through a beautiful frieze-chapel portal and has four bays covered with ogives, the last of which forms the choir with a semicircular chevet. The north wall is completely blind, as is often the case in small rural mountain churches.
It is notable for its harmoniously proportioned outline, the quality of its construction, the interest of its interior space, its meticulous sculpted decoration and its polychrome decoration. Essentially Romanesque, with thick walls, narrow openings on the south side, a semicircular apse, which is quite rare in Corrèze, and modillions of different profiles under the cornice. Restored in 2013, St Martin's has magnificent contemporary stained glass windows.