The Church of St. Nicolas and Sainte-Luce Risoul in the high Alps, 20 km northeast of Embrun, was built in the sixteenth century.
It succeeded then first church dating from the eleventh century, during the creation of the village by the monks of the Abbey of Villeneuve-lès-Avignon.
Some previous elements were re-employed in the present church, including the porch level.
Lombard Romanesque style, it has a Romanesque door topped with gothic inscriptions and carved capitals in the choir.
Included in the Inventory, the building was completely restored between 1984 and 1992 without being altered elegance and balance all of the architecture.
Note for example the tower 32m high marble pink cap as a tuff arrow.
The walnut paneling of the nave were renovated and a chair supports a statue of the Virgin (nineteenth).
Despite having been moved, the portal has always shells evoking the pilgrimage to Saint-Jacques and a pillar of the porch is decorated with human faces.
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