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The Church of Venosc blend several styles. Dating from the 9th century, the church has undergone over the years many architectural works
Description: Church of Venosc
Church of Romanesque style dating from the IX century but has undergone over time architectural works.
Modern style nave was completed in 1910 thanks to the Chartreux fathers.
The altarpiece dates from the seventeenth century and is Baroque.
The two saints are St Paul and St Peter. Saint Peter and Saint Paul are inseparable They are the two pillars of the Church and tradition will never celebrated them one without the other.
St Pierre is the owner of the church and St Paul the patron of the parish.
The church is one of the richest of the Oisans, in part, thanks to wealthy donors as donations Jacques Rochette and hawkers who made his fortune.
The bell tower houses is the oldest bell in the Oisans found, dating from 1622.
Visit the church every Monday during the tour season in winter and summer
- Guided tours
- Tour free of charge
Unguided individual tours available permanently
Unguided group tours available permanently
Guided group tours on request
visit possible all year
Free of charge
Situated in the Courtil hamlet
Mairie de Vénosc