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Saint-Sauveur chapel

Historic site and monument, Religious heritage, Classified in Tende
Temporarily closed
  • Perched chapel in Roman style, overlooking the village of Tende. Access on foot, go around 45 minutes from the cemetery. The chapel is closed, no visits.

  • This chapel overlooking the town way have been built in 13th entury next to a primitive castel.
    the interior murals (remains), among the oldest in the valley, date back to the beginning of the 14th century.
    The structure was restored in the 1980s. There are many old stories about this place, such as "the anger of Arcisto", the Tendasque mason who made an altar for the chapel. After its inauguration, the work was transformed into a directional table. When Arcisto saw his art being misused,...
    This chapel overlooking the town way have been built in 13th entury next to a primitive castel.
    the interior murals (remains), among the oldest in the valley, date back to the beginning of the 14th century.
    The structure was restored in the 1980s. There are many old stories about this place, such as "the anger of Arcisto", the Tendasque mason who made an altar for the chapel. After its inauguration, the work was transformed into a directional table. When Arcisto saw his art being misused, he was angry and decided to destroy it. The painter Jean-George Inca illustrated this story...
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    • French
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