Monumental crosses, French Heritage monument to Mars
Three crosses are iron, raised on a plinth in granite and trachyte * their decor is iron or cast iron insert. Two crosses are wooden, whose one resting on a basement masonry. The town of March, whose population is predominantly Protestant, keeps five monumental cross, which established four in the hamlet of Saint-Romain, around the parish church. The fifth cross is isolated to the northeast of the municipality. Except the mission cross, dated 1872, the other crosses are of the 20th century, one of them is dated 1922.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
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