Saint Martin's Chapel

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Description

The Saint Martin church adjoining the old cemetery was the parish church of Volonne from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 1830th century. Today of the venerable sanctuary, which suffered a last fire around 1966, only moving open-air ruins remain. Cleared in 67-1971 by the Alpes de Lumière movement, then consolidated, they were listed as MH in XNUMX.
It is a church of basilical plan, without transept, composed of a nave and two side aisles of five bays respectively terminated by an apse and two semi-circular apsidioles, all three vaulted in cul-de-four.

Situation

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Opening

All year, every day.

Nearby

The Church of Our Lady of Consolation

Historic site and monument

Village of Chateau-Arnoux / St Auban

Historic site and monument