Eglise St. Jeanne d'Arc is an interesting building, incorporating a replacement for the old market. Shame it attracts drunks to its precincts. I even had (non French) beggars approach me directly, which I find uncommon in France.
There are the remains of a church in the Place, but there's no information about it, which is a shame.
The restaurant row is a tourist trap, but that's usually OK in France if you're prepared to pay. However, my partner and I (and several other parties) had a terrible experience at one of them.
Go for the church architecture, but be on your guard and don't eat or drink there.
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