Leychert is a commune in the Ariège department in southwestern France.HistoryEtymology based on 2 assumptions: dry lake or forest cleared The story depends Leychert until 1789 that of Roquefixade. Having belonged to the Count of Toulouse and the lord of Saint Paul Bernard Amiel de Pailhès, Leychert be included, since half of the 13th century, in the province of Languedoc, and not in the County of Foix .The village was part of the castellany Roquefixade . It was in the King of France. The Lord of Those was the master of the late 17th century until the Revolution.The church at Leychert was an annex of Roquefixade with a vicar. The church is dedicated to St. Anne, at least in 1633 . After years of disrepair, the church was restored in the mid-1990s and is classified as a historical monument.