VIALAS CHURCH - VIALAS
The temple of Vialas: another survivor, another story. It was built in 1612. With the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, worship was banned and the temple became a Catholic church. Because of its new vocation, it underwent some modifications. A sacristy and the bell tower were also added. The rustic building, with its long granite walls and columns, has a massive stone vault and thus supports a roof of lauze without any framework.
Natural regions : Mont Lozere
Territories : National Park of the CevennesPerimeter UNESCO Causses and Cevennes
Groups welcomed : oui
Civilian building style :
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