The Church porch of Rebets
The Church porch of Rebets dates back to the 16thcentury. It has a distinctive feature: it has been turned into a porch-tower in the 18th century, and more precisely in 1743 as indicated by the date carved above the door. It is also one of the rare porches in the region built with limestone. It has been listed a Historic Monument in 1976. The inside framework has been quite well preserved and displays motifs frequently found in 16th century iconography: engouled beams, plant motifs, friezes representing dolphins, braids and vine leaves.