neo-Romanesque styled addition. Church
of St. Maixent in Veigné is an odd looking building from the outside as its 12 century square tower (the oldest building in the town) looks out of place against the more recent 19th century
Inside the church is very similar to others in Indre et Loire with its vaulted sanctuary and side chapels.
The ten stained glass windows are from the Lobin workshops in Tours.
Where's Joan? - she is given pride of place here.
The exterior of the church is rather stark with the old tower probably its only redeeming feature.