Polastron is a small village bordered by the river Touch, and its name seems to correspond to the Occitan toponym “polastron”: little chicken (nickname for fearful men). The village seems to have originated as a hospitable refuge. The work of the blacksmith and farming tools belonging to private collections bear witness to a local activity still centred around agriculture and livestock farming. The church dedicated to Saint-Exupère has stained glass windows created by master stained glass artist Louis-Victor Gesta.

A magnificent 15th-century piéta is well worth a visit.

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