The fortified village of Fleurance, founded in the 13th century, has a central square with arcades and a beautiful 19th-century covered market hall in the middle. Now the headquarters of the town hall, the latter is decorated at each end with pretty fountain statues representing the four seasons.
Also worth a look is the Church of St. Laurent, in the Southern European gothic style, crowned by an octagonal Toulouse-type bell tower. Once inside, don't miss the three magnificent Renaissance stained glass windows by the artist Arnaud de Moles, located in the apse.
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