Chapel of Notre-Dame du Château

This Chapel was built from 1478 onwards by Pierre de Bourbon, Count of Marche and Castres, in a single campaign, on a Languedoc plan. It was restored in 1882.

About this building

This Gothic church has an original architecture, the length of the rectangle formed by the vaults is perpendicular to the axis of the nave. Six chapels are placed between the buttresses. Classified in 1930, this monument shelters a 17th century wooden polychrome Virgin and Child. The whole is illuminated by vast coloured bays.

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