chapelle St Felix merry la vallee yonne france

La chapelle aurait été construite sur le lieu du martyr d'un jeune enfant appelé Félix, à la fin du V ème siècle. Elle fuf restaurée entre 1992 et 1995.Le peintre Marcel Poulet réalise des peintures murales sur le thème de l'enfance maltraités dans le monde. 


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