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    Alpilles

    Notre Dame de Pitié chapel

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    Adresse

    Adresse

    3 Chemin de Saint-Jean

    Ville

    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

    Code postal

    13210

    Geolocalisation


    Description

    This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South.


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      Alpilles

      Notre Dame de Pitié chapel

      Catégorie : Étiquette :

      Adresse

      Adresse

      3 Chemin de Saint-Jean

      Ville

      Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

      Code postal

      13210

      Geolocalisation


      Description

      This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South. This pretty chapel is located beyond the Tourist Office at the southern entrance to the town centre from the road leading to Maussane. Although it was first mentioned in 1525, we know it was in existence before that. In 1651 the town councillors decided to extend it to accommodate an altar dedicated to the town’s patron saint, Saint Rémy, and to Saint Roch, who protected citizens against the plague that was ravaging Provence at that time. Continue along Avenue Van Gogh towards the Alpilles to the South.


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