Chapelle notre dame des neiges (anciennement chapelle de Villeneuve)
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Chapelle notre dame des neiges (anciennement chapelle de Villeneuve)

Chapelle Romanesque dating from the XIIth century. Abandoned in 1843, it was restored in 1990 and dedicated to Notre Dame des Neiges in 1993.
Régusse, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
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Chapelle notre dame des neiges (anciennement chapelle de Villeneuve)

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Dating from the 12th century, this chapel was built by the Templars, owners at the time of the Domaine de Saint Vincent.
It is located on the road from Régusse to Quinson. It was integrated into the estate. In 1648 a chapel was erected at the request of the inhabitants of Villeneuve near the Bishop of Riez and dedicated to our snow lady.
Abandoned in 1843, after the annexation of Villeneuve to Regusse, it fell again in ruins and was restored in 1990

The town does not open to the public the chapel, we can admire it from the outside by walking towards Villeneuve.

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