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What to visit in Mosnac ?

What to visit in Mosnac ? Two emblematic places bear its history, the Romanesque Church of Saint-Saturnin and the Chapel of Notre-Dame-des-Champs. Pay them a visit, they are well worth it…

Saint Saturnin church

Built in the 12th century, the Romanesque church is dedicated to Saint-Saturnin, the first bishop of Toulouse. Listed as a historical monument in 1990, the church is an interesting building because of the care taken in its construction.
The cornice which overhangs the whole is particularly rich and one can see eagles, heads of cattle, sheep as well as a mermaid and a couple of lovers. For the record, the sound of the bell was once reputed to ward off storms…

que visiter à Mosnac
que visiter à Mosnac

Chapel Notre-Dame-des-Champs

Located at the south-western entrance to the village, the chapel dates from the end of the 19th century. It is cylindrical in shape, with a dose roof topped by a statue of the Virgin Mary overlooking the surrounding vineyards.

Built by the last lord of Favières in gratitude for the healing of his daughter, it was once a place for processions. One of the chapel’s stained glass windows depicts a sower in a field throwing his seeds under the protective gaze of a Virgin and Child.

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