Each village on the route of the Chemin des Blés has its church, miraculously spared since the Middle Ages in some cases, sometime rebuilt after the Reformation.
About thirty, nine churches have kept, in varying degrees, all or part of their medieval architecture. For example, the churches of Granges-Marnand or Treytorrens.
Other buildings, dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, are witnesses of architectural trends imported into the Pays de Vaud by the Bernese sovereign.
Many buildings rebuilt in the 19th or even 20th century are vast predication rooms where certain principles inherited from the Reformation have been reproduced.
For more information, our guide "From temples to chapels on the Way of Wheat", by Philippe Jaton, with the collaboration of F. Hoffmann and I. Andrey to the Society of Art History in Switzerland (SHAS) editions will bring many interesting details, allowing to see these churches with a sharper eye. This 60-page guide is sold at a price of Frs 10.- from the Association. It can be ordered means of our order form. This book is only available in french.
The churches of Denezy, Cheiry and Prévondavaux were the subject of guided tours led by art historian Beatrice Lovis.
A walk allows to discover these three churches