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Le château de Vogüé
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La chapelle du château a été réaménagée avec des éléments provenant de la chapelle de Rochecolombe : le bas-relief des douze Apôtres (XVIe siècle), une monstrance ayant abrité les reliques de Saint Barthélémy et un blason du XIIIe siècle aux armes de la famille de Vogüé. Les vitraux ont été créés en 1980 par le peintre Alfred Manessier. Origine: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Vog%C3%BC%C3%A9
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