4 et 15ième en vue de se protéger de l'invasion anglaise. Boussac is a typical village in the middle of which stands a remarkable church built from the 13th century and then fortified by its inhabitants during the 14th and 15th to protect themselves from the English invasion.
Slots, slits and battlements still bear witness to the defensive role of the building. He was even built 3 floors of rooms and apartments above the nave in anticipation of prolonged sieges.
The church altarpiece in gilded 16th century. A shield with two lilies throne above the front door.
August 16, Pilgrimage to St. Roch to the church of Boussac. In 1989, the year of great drought, the inhabitants came to implore Saint-Roch for rain.