The Church in le Petit Pressigny is a bit of a gem.
Not only is its location quite pretty, but the building itself is interesting. It was started in the 12th Century (which is quite common around here) and altered almost continually until it was listed as a protected monument in 1926. There was some roofing work undertaken in 2008, the result of which is this very sharp looking mini tower over a staircase.
According to the official documents, the ceiling is a false barrel vault (fausse voûte en berceau) - this can be identified by the fact that although from outside it has a gable roof, inside the ceiling is a rounded vault
The bracing on the vault is interesting - highly decorated and colourful - and a bit of a surprise