Saint-Pardoux church in Bugeat
Built on the site of a Romanesque church dating back to the 12th century, the church at Bugeat was built between the 14th and 15th centuries. It features a wide bell tower with a small turret at the top, a slate roof, a massive base and low supporting walls. It is dedicated to Saint-Pardoux, then Bishop of Guéret. The building has a pentagonal chancel, a transept and a 12th-century granite baptismal font, all of which are listed historic monuments. Also worth seeing are the magnificent stained glass windows donated to the commune of Bugeat.