Place Maurice Faure
As early as the Middle Ages, a town grew up around the collegiate church.
The central square of the medieval town, through which the road from Grenoble to Valence passed for centuries...
Since the 10th century, the square has been the site of a twice-weekly market, including the Sunday market, which remains a key event in Roman life.
In Impasse Saint-Barnard, the Porte Saint Jean with its gear-toothed arch is in the Southern Romanesque style.
On the square, at n°11, you can see the turret of the Hôtel Sablière, built in the 18th century.