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The village "Indevillers"
Small rural village whose territory is very vast and surprising with many hamlets. From the village, a path goes down to the valley of Fuesse, at an altitude of 480 meters. A pedestrian and equestrian path runs along the Doubs, which borders Switzerland, to the place called Le Moulin du Plain, direction Goumois. The old chapel of the 15th century overlooks the village. It was restored by volunteers, which allowed the discovery of the door of the sacristy and its carved lintel, as well as the cross of 1860 which served as a model for the Cross of the Clos du Doubs, pendant created by goldsmiths Lyon . Stained glass windows of contemporary art have been made there. The current church, built in 1842 in Greek-Corinthian style, contains a beautiful pulpit and organs. Feast of St. Anne in July. Hike from Indevillers to the chapel.
Copyright: Alain Faivre
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8192x4096
Taken: 29/03/2019
Uploaded: 04/04/2019
Updated: 13/06/2019


Tags: village; fuesse; doubs; border; switzerland; chapel; stained glasses; hiking
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