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Notre Dame de l’Assomption church

La Grave's Church was built around the 11th century and is dedicated to Notre Dame de l’Assomption. It is the oldest monument in the canton and has been a listed building since 1959.

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It is surrounded by a graveyard with tombstones topped with attractive wooden crosses that are worth a close look: the triangle represents the Holy Trinity and the circle, the unity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Open every day from 9am to 6pm, free access.

 

Overtures :

Throughout the year : open daily from 9 AM to 6 PM.

Place de l'Eglise
La Grave
05320 La Grave

 

Phone : 04 76 79 90 05

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06 89 54 89 61

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