The Ossuary Chapel in le Châble

  • Historic site and monument
  • Religious heritage
  • Chapel
1934 Le Châble
The chapel was built in 1561, 25 years after the entire church construction was completed.
Indeed, when Maurice Bruschex, the parish priest for Bagnes, took charge of the chapel on 2 March 1562, the report stated that his letters of induction and collation were read “in front of the recently constructed chapel where bones were kept”. The chapel sheltered the bones dug up during the frequent turnover of graves, due to the constraints of the small graveyard surrounding the church. The giant crucifix, the Pietà and the depiction of Christ in the tomb with the evangelists which one...
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The Ossuary Chapel in le Châble
1934 Le Châble
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