The St. Lawrence Chapel, before its partial demolition, presented a rectangular flat chevet with talutes foothills. The large window of the apse in arch is decorated with a tracery quatrefoils and trefoil patterns as the window remployée to the North. The West portal, with capitals on balusters, is reused in the rectory, on the gable is. The location of the St. Lawrence chapel on the outskirts of the village of Melrand, North-West of the parish church, is probably related to the existence of the source by the fountain of devotion. The building of the sanctuary is contemporaneous with that of the current church, in the first half of the 15th century. Kerveno warlords are perhaps the instigators as seems to indicate the Blazon to ten stars carved into the fountain. Lack of maintenance, the chapel was destroyed in 1962, only a portion of the chorus is kept to a public speaking, open to the West by a large arcade.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Chapel, The St. Lawrence Chapel, before its partial demolition, presented a rectangular flat chevet with talutes foothills. The large window of the apse in arch is (...) Chapel, French Heritage monument to Melrandmelrand, morbihan
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