Eglise Saint Sébastien à Les Croûtes

Religion ,  Church at Les Croûtes

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  • The Saint Sebastian church is a recent building built in the neo-Gothic style of the 13th century. It forms a Latin cross with polygonal apse. The interior is of plaster brick, the outer walls are of alternating hard brick stone. This new church replaces a small wooden chapel dating back to the 14th century. It was consecrated on November 5, 1862. The interior equipment is simple. It dates from the 18th and 19th centuries. However its belfry contains a bell melted in the early fourteenth century that belonged to the old chapel. According to Charles Fichot, monumental statistic of the department of Aube - 1888, this bell is one of the most interesting of the department and may be even the oldest.
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