L'Abbaye de La Chaise Dieu, La Chaise-Dieu
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The Roman Catholic abbey, L'Abbaye de La Chaise Dieu, built from 1043 to 1400, has become famous for its Gothic Romanesque architecture. It is well known for its fragment of the Danse Macabre fresco from the mid 15th century and for the Tomb of Pope Clement VI. The abbey promotes casadéen heritage and encourages educational, scientific, and artistic cooperation that contributes to cultural and tourist development. Before you head to La Chaise-Dieu, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly La Chaise-Dieu tour planner, to make sure you see all that La Chaise-Dieu has to offer, including L'Abbaye de La Chaise Dieu.
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  • Passing through the Chair God, the visit of the Abbey is mandatory. Among several popes, it is especially Clement VI that has marked this place in financing and in being buried there. Do not miss his tomb, stalls, and the fresco of the Macabre dance with its description. Cloister in work. The village is a little dead in may under a cold wind on the porch.
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  • I always liked this place that brings me peace, peace and relaxation. Today, I went to pray, lit a candle and clear my head. For all those who want to like me, feel free.
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  • Beautiful Romanesque Abbey feels in the novel the name of the rose visit don't miss we are back to the middle age...
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