Chapel of the Oratorians, French Heritage monument to Beaune
The plan centered on cut sections, nave covered with a polygonal cupola, is inscribed in a square solid with 4 angles are extended by an apse apse chapels. The chorus consists of a span square under low dome and a semi-circular apse. The coast North and South of the span of the choir are bordered by corridors topped by forums. The tomb of the Oratoriensse beneath the southern corridor. April 8, 1710, the Rollin, Dijon sculptor had the quote of a statue of Virgin Mary the child overcoming a banner inscribed URBIS ET ORBIS HONOS and weapons of the Brunet family
* unclear if this statue was destroyed in the Revolution or has never been carried out. The chapel of the oratory was built from 1708 to 1710 on the plans of the architect Louis Trestournel, brother of the Congregation of the oratory. The elevation on the Chapel to the right of the front Street, including its window and the pilaster right, are the repairs by the end of the 19th century (see annex I). The mosaic floor is a reconstruction of the 19th century.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
(Chapel of the Oratorians, beaune)
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Men involved in this construction
- Trestournel louis (in French) architecte
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