Located in Laniscat, in the Côtes-d'Armor, the chapel Notre-Dame de Rosquelfen dates from the second half of the 14th century. Inside you will discover rich and interesting furniture and, outside, a classified Calvary monument dating from the sixteenth century.
The chapel of Tous-les-Saints, built in the 15th century, is located in Preuilly-sur-Claise. A polychrome paneling vault displays a macabre dance painted on the walls in shades of red, yellow and ocher. This procession includes notable religious figures and villains whose depiction reflects the equality of all before death in times of war and serious epidemics. On the chevet, flanking the altar, a group of musicians accompany them.
The chapel of the Château de Callac is located in Plumelec, Brittany, and dates back to the 12th century. The current Château was built in the 14th century and enlarged in the 15th and 16th centuries. It was then redeveloped in the 17th century with the four pavilions. The small private chapel, is inseparable from the castle of Callac, which is classified with the Historical Monuments.
The chapel of the castle Montabon is located in Noyen-sur-Sarthe in Pays de Loire. Built in the 17th century, it is the only surviving element of the original Montabon seigniorial estate. In the 19th century, the castle and its outbuildings were destroyed and subsequently rebuilt. The square chapel has a choir with a flat chevet, that is vaulted with ogives and lit by three windows.
The chapel of Notre-Dame of Goz-Iliz is located in Camarel (commonly known as Pleudaniel), in Brittany. Notre-Dame-de-Goz-Iliz (meaning "old church" in Breton) is located in the charming wooded valley of the Camarel cove on the edge of the Trieux. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and sailors lost at sea.
Located in Laroque-des-Albères in the Pyrénées-Orientales, the chapel Notre-Dame de Tanya was founded in the 11th century. It includes a trilobed chevet, which is a rare architectural element in the region. Inside, an epigraphic stone carries the first known representation of the coat of arms of Laroque.
The Chapel of Our Lady of the Pénitents, is a thirteenth century church built on a small rocky spur on the edge of the village and fortified castle of Ginasservis in the Var. It has a bell tower comb with two arches, garnished with a bronze bell (eighteenth c) It has a sober and elegant stone facade, and stands on the edge of the cemetery in a landscape of plowing, breeding, forestry and hunting.
The chapel Notre-Dame du Vila, surrounded by a cemetery that forms the parish enclosure, is located in Reynès, in Occitania. The foundation of the hamlet of Vila dates back to Roman times when the Via Vallespiriana, an important communication route, was created. The chapel was built between the 11th and 12th centuries. The chapel consists of a nave completed by a flat chevet. In the choir, you can admire a beautiful altarpiece.
The chapel of Notre-Dame du Yaudet is located in Ploulec'h, in Brittany. The current chapel dates from 1860 but retains some elements of the original chapel, built in the fifteenth century. It is built in the middle of a parish enclosure, with a nave extended by a choir with a flat chevet, two side aisles and a trégorrois type steeple. The indulgence of the Yaudet attracts fishermen and parishioners every year. There is an altarpiece depicting a reclining Virgin nursing the Baby Jesus.
Described by Oscar Wilde as 'the most delightful private chapel in London', this is arguably the most sumptuous hospital chapel in the country.