Chapelle de Romay

Lieu dit Romay
71600 - PARAY-LE-MONIAL
Saône-et-Loire
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La partie la plus ancienne de cette chapelle date du XIIème siècle. La première chapelle servit de petit oratoire près de la carrière de pierre lors de la construction de la basilique. Au XIXème siècle, elle est utilisée comme chapelle à répit, dont témoignent les nombreux ex-voto. Près de la chapelle, on trouve la fontaine réputée miraculeuse pour les maladies des yeux.

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