Sculptures of what look like sheep flank the main façade of the Eglise Saint-Martin in Ligueil.
It's a nice little town of about 2,000 people. I was surprised by how many grand old houses lined the streets in the center of town. The parish church of Saint-Martin is on the main street through town right next to the market street which, though small, was active on Monday morning. The current church building was constructed between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. It was renovated in the 1800s.