Chapelle Sainte-Suzanne, French Heritage monument to Mur de bretagne
The Bell Tower of the chapel date from the end of the 18th century. It is a square two-story tower surmounted by a high octagonal Spire hooks copied on the examples of the middle ages. The lower part is based on a classical order. The Interior of the building, the wooden Vault is decorated with paintings. The composition of this decoration dated 1723 to 1726, a well marked local character, is an interesting decor, complemented by the remains of a rood screen, altarpieces and other decorations form a set. These paintings represent, in the choir, the life of Sainte-Suzanne. in the transept and the nave, scenes from the life of Christ. Against the Western Wall of the Northern Cross, is placed one in front of tribune carved wooden pretend date from the 16th century, decorated with small panels evoking different scenes from the Passion.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
(Chapelle Sainte-Suzanne, mur de bretagne)
Chapelle Sainte-Suzanne, The Bell Tower of the chapel date from the end of the 18th century. It is a square two-story tower surmounted by a high octagonal Spire hooks copied on the (...) Chapelle Sainte-Suzanne, French Heritage monument to Mur de bretagnemur de bretagne, cotes d'armor
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