Salvagny Chapel

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The 17th-century chapel served the hamlet of Salvagny.

This chapel was built in 1619 under the patronage of Saint Michel, Saint Anne and Saint Clair. It was partially destroyed by fire in 1912.

Types

  • Historic site and monument

Themes

  • Religious heritage
  • Chapel

Services provided

Visits

  • Group visit duration: 90 min
  • Group visit duration: 90 min
  • Guided group tours on request

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