Chapel St Blaise
Historic site and monument Gras
Small and nice chapel surrounded by its cemetary. It seems to be a Florentine landscape. Building carefully restored, its harmonious lines and the accuracy of its proportions make of it a charming monument.
This chapel from the XIIIth century has been classified as a historic monument since 1935. A semicircular apse and a rustic façade are to be seen. It has been very well restored in the 60's.
You can see openings ont the vault. It might be for the acoustic or drains to evoid moisture.
It is known that the Saint-Blaise chapel is the place where the Lords of Gras used to be burried.
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latitude : 44.44481100
longitude : 4.54312600
Throughout the year : open daily.