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Chapelle Notre-Dame du Haut, Ronchamp

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Completed in 1954, Chapelle Notre-Dame du Haut is one of the finest examples of work by Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier, and one of the most important examples of 20th century contemporary religious architecture. Inside, you'll marvel at the small pieces of stained glass--that glows from the sun's rays like rubies, emeralds, and amethysts of all shades--set deep within the walls, which are sometimes ten ft thick. This pilgrimage chapel houses a statue of the Virgin Mary rescued from the ruins of the previous chapel destroyed during WWII. Plan to see Chapelle Notre-Dame du Haut and other attractions that appeal to you using our Ronchamp itinerary maker.
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  • I rode the train from Basel Switzerland France went up the walk to the train station to the Longchamp ... The following day, but the rain looks through the fog foggy track Longchamp Cathedral! By investing the day of their honeymoon was both pleased and went on. Whatever is worth plenty of time and trouble.
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  • We went to the chapel for an exceptional event: the concert of Patti Smith as part of the Festival menus. This place is majestic, breathtaking views and incredible architecture. To do if you visit!
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  • I know the area well, but I can not enough to come and see this "Chapel" which is an impressive monument. Access and parking are not very practical but the place is beautiful and the architecture is so different and attractive. See, see, see.
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