The Benedictine abbey of Pessan was founded in the 9th century. It would remain so until 18th century, when it was replaced by a chapter of twelve canons. Pessan is a former bastide that received a "customs charter", bestowing certain privileges to its population, in 1270. Its architecture remains remarkable. It features a number of Gallo-Roman vestiges, a sculpted white marble sarcophagus at En Castéra, and a treasure trove of medieval coins.
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