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Chapelle des Pratz

Historic site and monument, Religious heritage, Chapel, Baroque in Saint-Gervais-les-Bains
  • The chapel in Pratz was built in 1707 thanks to Nicolas Revenaz, a rich merchant born in Pratz who later moved to Vienna.

  • The chapel in Pratz was built in 1707 thanks to Nicolas Revenaz, a rich merchant born in Pratz who later moved to Vienna. He felt that building a chapel
    was one way to ensure his salvation and his life after death.
    The chapel is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows, Anthony the Hermit, Anthony of Padua and the Holy Shroud. They are all depicted on the altar painting.
    Several statues decorate the chapel, including one of Saint Christopher—recognizable by the child he is carrying on his...
    The chapel in Pratz was built in 1707 thanks to Nicolas Revenaz, a rich merchant born in Pratz who later moved to Vienna. He felt that building a chapel
    was one way to ensure his salvation and his life after death.
    The chapel is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows, Anthony the Hermit, Anthony of Padua and the Holy Shroud. They are all depicted on the altar painting.
    Several statues decorate the chapel, including one of Saint Christopher—recognizable by the child he is carrying on his shoulder—classified as a
    historical monument in 1941.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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Openings
  • From June 15, 2024 until October 31, 2024
    Open Everyday
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