Cazedarnes is a long-stay town-street village. The houses are red, like the earth around them. The church was decorated by an Estonian painter, Nicolas Greschny, who used a technique of fresco, in honor of the time of the splendour of Byzantium. Not far away, in 1154, the abbey of Fontcaude was established on an ancient pre-Christian place of worship. It prospered quickly. It was home to the oldest bell foundry in France.