The chancel of this Romanesque church was modified during the late Gothic period and its nave enlarged in the 16C. Some parts are covered with frescoes, dating from the first half of the 15C and 16C, which depict many brightly coloured characters with a black outline. Note also the 17C and 18C wood statues and a few stone sculptures. The neighbouring garden houses the miraculous well of St Willibrord (annual pilgrimage).
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