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Eglise Saint Didier à Chesley

Religious building ,  Church ,  Religion in Chesley

  • Dedicated to Saint Didier, this church, from the end of the 12th century, is remarkable for its vaulted choir. It houses small ancient statues and curious inscriptions are inscribed on the facade. One of the peculiarities of this church is the location of the bells. They are not located inside the religious building, but in an edicule located next door. Modalities of visit: Open in summer from 10h to 18h. The keys are to take at Madame MARCHAIS at 2 rue Tauche (