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Chapelle de Cupelin

Historic site and monument, Religious heritage, Chapel, Baroque, Contemporary in Saint-Gervais-les-Bains
  • The construction of Cupelin Chapel was funded by all the inhabitants of this hamlet in 1654. Its patron saints are the Virgin Mary and Saint Guarinus,
    patron saint of animals.

  • The construction of Cupelin Chapel was funded by all the inhabitants of this hamlet in 1654. Its patron saints are the Virgin Mary and Saint Guarinus,
    patron saint of animals.
    A large mission cross is found at the entrance. It features the instruments from The Passion: the spear that impaled His body, the dice the soldiers used
    to cast for His robe, and the crown of thorns He was forced to wear.

    In 2015, a set of 12 stained contemporary glass windows created by Father Kim En Joong was...
    The construction of Cupelin Chapel was funded by all the inhabitants of this hamlet in 1654. Its patron saints are the Virgin Mary and Saint Guarinus,
    patron saint of animals.
    A large mission cross is found at the entrance. It features the instruments from The Passion: the spear that impaled His body, the dice the soldiers used
    to cast for His robe, and the crown of thorns He was forced to wear.

    In 2015, a set of 12 stained contemporary glass windows created by Father Kim En Joong was installed. Kim En Joong is a Korean artist who has
    developed a spiritual art form based on light and colour. His works combine Far-East forms and Western colours.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Openings
Openings
  • From June 15, 2024 until September 23, 2024
    Open Everyday
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