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A treasure in the middle of the fields

You can notice its arrow from far away even though this chapel in the middle of nowhere stands in a... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
meliau56
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Auray, France
A beautiful surprise in rural central Brittany.

Almost every little town and village in France has its historic church or chapel, and most of them... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2015
HansPG
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Oak Park, Illinois
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1 Apr 2017
“A treasure in the middle of the fields”
3 Jul 2016
“The onyly chapel open !”
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Reviewed 1 April 2017

You can notice its arrow from far away even though this chapel in the middle of nowhere stands in a small valley. A pleasure to the eyes built at a time when each hamlet wanted to show their religiosity and their wealth to their neighbours!...More

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Reviewed 3 July 2016

Worth a visit, especially as this was the only rural chapel we have found open so far. Polychrome altar pieces

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Reviewed 4 September 2015

Almost every little town and village in France has its historic church or chapel, and most of them are pretty enough, but especially inside the religious artwork lovingly created in previous generations and centuries has faded over the years or even been willfully damaged or...More

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bitteen
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Response from meliau56 | Reviewed this property |
Oops! That's a tough question. It will be a Saturday therefore it could be open. If not someone next to the chapel has the key to open it when they see some tourists. Hope it can help you!
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