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NOTRE BELLE VUE

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Hidden : 09/27/2009
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bonjour, "Bellevue" ................voilà comment se nomme cet endroit. C'est franchement bien trouvé, mais j'aurai bien aimé ajouter : " Chant de Cloche ". Pourquoi .?? La construction de la chapelle et de l’ermitage de Notre-Dame de Bellevue au milieu du XVII° siècle (1642-1643) est liée à un religieux dominicain, du couvent royal de Saint-Maximin, venu prêcher le Carême à Tavernes. La particularité de l'édifice réside en ce que le clocher est séparé de la chapelle. Il a en effet été construit au somment du rocher contre lequel la chapelle s'appuie. Et si vous cherchez bien, vous pourrez faire chanter la cloche . ( Plaisir des enfants garantit !!) A droite de la Chapelleon, on peut voir les ruines d'un ancien ermitage. Très belle chêneraie environnante. Amitiés Géocachées http://papounet83var.canalblog.com/ Hello, "Bellevue" ................ this is how this place is called. It frankly did find, but I liked to add: "Bell Song". Why.? The construction of the chapel and the chapel of Notre-Dame de Bellevue the mid-seventeenth century (1642-1643) is linked to a Dominican monk, the Royal Convent of Saint-Maximin, came to preach the Lenten Taverns. The peculiarity of the building lies in that the tower is separated from the chapel. It has indeed been built at the summit of the rock against which the Chapel is based. And if you look carefully, you will be able to sing the bell. (Fun for children guarantees!) To the right of the Chapelleon, one can see the ruins of an ancient hermitage. Chêneraie beautiful surrounding.

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