Saint-Euphrône is a small village located a few kilometers away from Semur-en-Auxois. Its name is that of a bishop of Autun.
The Saint-Clément parish church dates back from the 13th century. It has also undergone modifications in the 16th century.
Classified as historic monument, there is a painting from the 17th century, a baroque altarpiece, “The Last Supper” in its original frame. There is also an important tribune from the 18th century.
Inside the church, you can find many statues such as Saint-Clément from the 16th century or Saint-Euphrône from the 16th century.
Close to the church, in the cemetery, you can find some curious gravestones of seven priests.