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collégiale st andré: L'homme nouveau
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l'homme nouveau

- La ville de Chartres a organisé à la collégiale Saint André, du 26 juin au 26 aout 2012; une exposition des sculptures de Bernard Mélois..

Toutes ces sculptures sont réalisée avec des objets de récupération en tole emaillée coupée et soudée entre elle pour donner la forme finale.

la visite virtuelle complete est composée de 25 Panoramas assez fantastique...dont les prises de vues ont ete réalisées nocturne et en journée.

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