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Eglise Saint-Martin

Neo-Gothic church

Address : Rue de l'Eglise
85770 LE GUE-DE-VELLUIRE
FRANCE

Presentation of: Eglise Saint-Martin

The chapel of Sainte Macrine once stood on the site of the present-day church. Burnt down in 1568 during religious unrest, it was restored. It was rebuilt in the neo-Gothic style. The wooden Christ, dating from the 16th century, was once polychromed. The white marble altar is decorated on one side with three wooden panels gilded with fine gold.
Opening times
Open all year round
Site theme
Church
Site category
No rating
Architectural style of the site
19th century
Free
yes
Visits
Free tours (individuelles): Yes
Free tours (groupes): Yes
Further information
Visible point of interest without tour

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