My next stop was to the 16th century Église de Saint-Nicolas-de-Pierrepont with its 15th century fortified bell tower. The interior has some fine liturgical furniture including this 18th century baptismal font in the nave. It is perhaps more famous for its "mise au tombeau" created in the 16th century. The figures represented around Christ are Saint John, Mary Magdalen and the Virgin Mary. Behind the figures one can see rocks, bones and even a skull. This chapel is also quite interesting for its altar painted in faux marble from the 18th century and a holy water font created from the remains of an old staute. Some statuary within the church include that of Saint Catherine, Saint Sebastien, Our Lady of La Salette and Saint Hubert.