The crosses of Crozant can be discovered in a booklet published by the Department

28 Dec 2016 | Press article

Les Croix type Crozant, a booklet written by the historian Noëlle Bertrand, under the direction of Michel Manville, Chief Curator of the Departmental Heritage, was presented (*) at the Crozant village hall.

The Erica association, which organised the evening with the support of the mayor, Didier Lavaud, has been researching the history of Crozant for a long time and has been working on the crosses since 1990. In Creuse, there are still sixteen or perhaps more to be discovered, but "nowhere in France are there so many crosses of this type", says Noël Bertrand who reveals that a cross has just been found in the commune of Bazelat.