St. Anne's Chapel

Île-de-Batz, France

The chapel of St. Anne is named after the patron saint of the Batz island’s sailors. It dates from the 11th century and is now in ruins.


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Founded: 11th century
Category: Miscellaneous historic sites in France
Historical period: Birth of Capetian dynasty (France)


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janra55 janra55 (12 months ago)
Thibault Jéhanne (2 years ago)
Magnificent little Romanesque chapel in a super natural setting
Jean-Pierre LE ROY (2 years ago)
The remains are nice for photo enthusiasts.
P Don (2 years ago)
We found these ruins while walking comfortably, ancient remains of a small chapel, to be seen in passing.
Yann BEQUIGNON (2 years ago)
Very beautiful remains from the 11th and 12th centuries Too bad that descriptions and explanations are missing for a building that is nevertheless classified as a historic monument.
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