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Chapel "Notre Dame des Misères"

Historic site and monument, Religious heritage, Chapel, listed in Mirabel
  • A priory-cure of the abbey in 1580, the chapel was a place of pilgrimage where people came from neighbouring departments to make their vows.

  • Rebuilt in the 17th century, the chapel is remarkable for its octagonal stone bell tower and its two 16th century floors. This tower is a rare example of a stone bell tower from the Toulouse school. It is protected as a Historic Monument.
    During the summer of 2002 the 19th century wooden statue that occupied the heart of the church of Notre Dames des Misères was stolen. It consisted of three parts carved in oak, the Virgin, the pilgrims and the base. Of this sculpture only the base...
    Rebuilt in the 17th century, the chapel is remarkable for its octagonal stone bell tower and its two 16th century floors. This tower is a rare example of a stone bell tower from the Toulouse school. It is protected as a Historic Monument.
    During the summer of 2002 the 19th century wooden statue that occupied the heart of the church of Notre Dames des Misères was stolen. It consisted of three parts carved in oak, the Virgin, the pilgrims and the base. Of this sculpture only the base remained. The statue was replaced by a creation by Jean-François LEROY, a sculptor from Mirabel, inspired by the stolen work, where the Virgin stretches out her hands to welcome and gather the unfortunate people who implore her, a work in bronze 1m70 high and weighing 340kg.
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