Yzeures -sur -Creuse is a municipality with 1440 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2011 ) in France. It is situated in the Indre- et- Loire in the Centre region in Touraine and is part of the canton Preuilly -sur- Claise, and the Communauté de communes de la Touraine du Sud.
Already from early times there evidence of settlement of the territory of the present-day village. Besides relics of prehistoric eras, there are also remains of earlier Gallic settlements. Likewise, there are buildings dating from the Merovingian time.
Mayor since 2008 Alain Chartier. The council consists of the mayor and 12 other members.
The city has a school with two preschool classes and three primary school classes.
Early Temporal relics
- A prehistoric dolmen at the mouth of Gartempe in the Creuse (ca. 4000 BC)
- Merovingian necropolis among the urban church
Castles and manor houses
- Manoir de Granges (16th century)
- Château d' Harambure ( 18-19. Century)
- Château de Paire (15th century)
- Château de Thou (16th century)
- Château de Marigny (17th century)
- Manoir de Gaudru ( 15-16. Century)
- Château de La Motte (19th Century )
- Church of Notre -Dame, reconstruction of destroyed Merovingian church. Instead of the church formerly stood a Gallo- Roman temple.
- Musée gallo - romain: exhibition of archaeological finds from the time of the Gauls and the Roman rule
- Musée Mado Robin
- Paul Haviland, photographer and author (1880-1950)
- Madeleine Robin, French opera singer (1918-1960)
- Agnès Sorel, mistress of Charles VII