Ceillac

Description

ceillac, French city Department of hautes alpes with 39 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 39 elements for heritage ceillac. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 13 localities (Place called, location known as) in Ceillac : le village ; laval ; la chalp ; la riaille ; l adroit de l aval ; l ochette ; la clapiere ; la marmotte ; la viste ; les queyras ; notre dame de l estelle ; pied de melezet ; pra chiriou.

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Ceillac

Monuments in Ceillac, Ceillac has 3 buildings protected. Include :

  1. official reference : PA00080542 ;
  2. Eglise de la Vierge official reference : PA00080543 ;
  3. Maison-ferme dite maison Chabrand official reference : PA00080544
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Places of Culture

Cinemas de ceillac, ceillac has 2 cinemas :

  • cinema de la foret blanche (station de risoul 1850, 05600 ceillac)
  • le rioubel (quartier la longeagne, 05600 ceillac)

Statistics for Ceillac

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 05600
Insee code : 5026
Longitude : 6.696651
Latitude : 44.675703
Total population : 287 people
place called : 13
area : 1

Chapelle Sainte-Barbe, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 11
Small building covered rectangular of 2 spans of edges. The Tower wall to a Bay is desaxe front. The chapel whose architecture is very similar to that of four (...) Chapelle Sainte-Barbe, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Peter and Paul Chapel, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 9
Small barrel-vaulted rectangular building. The chapel which is currently under the name of Peter and Paul can be was formerly dedicated to saint Honoré. It (...) Peter and Paul Chapel, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Chapelle Saint-Michel, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 8
Chapel of approximately square in plan. Bell Tower consisting of a trunk of larch crossing the roof including bears fork Bell. At the level of the farm entered (...) Chapelle Saint-Michel, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Chapel St-Jean-Baptiste, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 7
Small almost square plan building, vaulted cradle. The roof is largely above the facade. The ends of the beams of the eaves are chantournées and panelling. (...) Chapel St-Jean-Baptiste, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Chapel Saint-Bernard, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 6
Small almost square plan building, vaulted cradle. Bell Tower-freestanding wall dry stone, built perpendicular to the facade, a Bay covered with slabs of (...) Chapel Saint-Bernard, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Chapel Saint-Barthélemy, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 5
Building of rectangular plane North-North-West. Ship two-span vaulted edges. Frame Ridge beam worked at its end. Bell Tower-a Bay covered with slabs of schist (...) Chapel Saint-Barthélemy, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Chapelle Saint-Antoine, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 4
Located at the foot of the village at the Rua de Ville, the Chapel is a small building of a barrel vault covered almost square plan. A turned wooden fence (...) Chapelle Saint-Antoine, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Parish Church Sainte-Cécile, currently Chapel, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 39
The nave and the bell tower are built in irregular medium and small appliance tufo stone and the stone chorus. Oriented Church consists of a single nave (...) Parish Church Sainte-Cécile, currently Chapel, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Parish Church Saint-Sébastien, penitents Chapel, currently the Museum, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 38
Building facing single nave vaulted broken including four spans, which bears the inscription 'AMC 1667', which is skewed. The choir flat chevet is vaulted (...) Parish Church Saint-Sébastien, penitents Chapel, currently the Museum, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Village, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 37
Seasonal winter Habitat. Ceillac village was inhabited from December to April. (...) Village, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Presentation of the city Ceillac, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 36
The municipality of Ceillac affects those of Guillestre in the West, and Château-Ville-Vieille Saint-Véran North, of Vars to the Southwest. Ceillac-East forms (...) Presentation of the city Ceillac, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Presbytery, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 35
In 1829 the commune of Ceillac requires financial assistance, to repair the rectory burned in 1793. (...) Presbytery, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

House currently Town Hall, syndicat d'initiative, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 34
The building which hosts the current Town Hall was built between 1889 and 1926. It replaces an older home, destroyed by fire in 1889. The lintel of the door on (...) House currently Town Hall, syndicat d'initiative, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Bakery, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 33
The first floor was converted into housing. The date 1664 is carved on the lintel on pads of one of the doors. The upper part has probably been added. (...) Bakery, French Heritage monument to Ceillac

Fountain, French Heritage monument to Ceillac 32
Octagonal basin in marble pink Guillestre. Central Terminal curved and banister also marble pink. In 1790 Jean-Baptiste Cavalin, master-Stonecutter at Mont-Dau (...) Fountain, French Heritage monument to Ceillac