Priory of Arnac
Priory church dating from the 12th and 13th centuries, built by Guy de Lastours. This parish church dedicated to Saint Peter was accompanied by a small monastery. After the Hundred Years' War and the Wars of Religion, the priory declined and today the cloistered buildings have completely disappeared. The 12th-century facade, with its pointed arch, is typical of the early Limousin Gothic style. The interior, from the Limousin Romanesque school, has a single nave with three bays. The limestone capitals depict biblical scenes.