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Le Moulin de Mazel

Natural in Lagraulière
10.0 km
  • From many points on this walk, which partly follows the old Paris-Orléans-Corrèze road, you can see the massive bell tower of the Romanesque church of Lagraulière, which is listed as a Historic Monument! Its 12th century porch will catch your eye with its finely sculpted scenes. The other "remarkable" features of the church are the 17th century altarpiece, the work of the Duhamel brothers, and the "fathers' rooms" (very rare). The itinerary passes the entrance to the Château de Bellefond...
    From many points on this walk, which partly follows the old Paris-Orléans-Corrèze road, you can see the massive bell tower of the Romanesque church of Lagraulière, which is listed as a Historic Monument! Its 12th century porch will catch your eye with its finely sculpted scenes. The other "remarkable" features of the church are the 17th century altarpiece, the work of the Duhamel brothers, and the "fathers' rooms" (very rare). The itinerary passes the entrance to the Château de Bellefond (17th century), which was the land of exile of Princes Baudoin and Albert, future kings of Belgium, during the summer of 1940. At the town hall, hikers can discover our Marianne, a bronze work by Daniel Esmoingt (the artist who reproduced "Imperial France" in the Louvre), born of the study of 7 female faces from Graulières photographed at random.
  • Departure
    Lagraulière
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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