Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__3_aThe vault of Saint Bonnet, XIIème century, was a place of pélerinages for the cure of the drop and the headaches. 

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Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__12_aThe bell-tower, very massive, rests on gantries in semicircular arch, integrated in masonry. Two Romance capitals decorate the door of entry.

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Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__11_aThe church is with the abandonment, the openings are condemned by grids which make it possible to see the disaster inside. The door of entry is even built.

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Two roads lead to the headland where the vault is established. 

Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__1_aOne, while leaving on the line the carpark, broad, shone upon, curves around the hill on several kilometers. 
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Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__7_aChapelle_Saint_Bonnet__8_aThe way easy, is well maintained. Two splendid trees keep the entry of the last rise to the sanctuary. A oak and a cedar.
















Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__29_aThe other, while leaving on the left, enters a rather dense wood of twisted fir trees. There, not of light, a dark and oppressive atmosphere, but the way is right and flat and carries out directly and without turning to the vault.
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Dry way, wet process?

Chapelle_Saint_Bonnet__26_aCuriously, of the bees chose a hole in the southern wall of the vault to elect residence, as on the northern wall of the church of Rooms-Arbuissonas…

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