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Southern BurgundyChapelle de Charcuble (Chapel of Charcuble)

The Chapel of Charcuble was built in one day, May 1st 1941. It was the project of the local Chantier Jeunesse (Youth Brigade). France was occupied by Nazi Germany and was not allowed an Army the youth who normally would have been in military service put their energy into local projects.

It's very French to 'make a statement' especially when you are young, the Chapel of Charcuble is an expression of that very French need.

The Chapel of Charcuble is located just above the village of Bissy la Mâconnaise and offers a wonderful view of the Saône plain and the Bresse region and the Jura and Alpine ranges beyond it.

There is a gathering and mass each May 1st at the Chapel of Charcuble.

See a video of the Chapel of Charcuble.

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