A profusion of golds, colours, cherubs, biblical figures and columns that characterize baroque art in a number of buildings in the Maurienne Valley.
In our canton visit :
- The church in Montgellafrey and the retable of the high-altar dating from 1698 and the bare columns which frame the central painting depicting the Assumption (Pignol 1762).
- The chapel Notre-Dame-de-Beaurevers, listed historical monument which is a major element of the baroque heritage. This is one of Savoie’s main sancturaries dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
- The church in Sainte Marie de Cuines, its retable and its painting in the tableau high-altar realised by Sébastien Rosaz (1662-1730) with its six columns.
Discover the rich heritage of the Maurienne Valley all year round with a qualified guide from the Minstry of Culture, the sumptuous retables of the baroque buildings, popular art in abundance. For more information contact the tourist offices
or on the website:
(fondation pour l’action culturelle internationale en montagne).