Chapel of Saint Lazare


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Built in the twelfth century, this chapel was once part of a leper colony dependent on the hospice of Saint-Aignan.

This Romanesque building was erected in a single buildng session using small and middle sized stones. The gable end, which separates the nave from the choir, is surmounted by a bell-gable with two arches which was probably added later.

The chapel transforms itself into an exhibition space and gallery several times a year.



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