Discovery of the Chapel of the Three Crosses

18 September 2022


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On these heritage days, the door of the chapel is open to the public. Small activities around the heritage are organized there, for children (initiation to heraldry, science of coats of arms and others) and adults.

The visitor will be able to contemplate the interior of this chapel, restored in 2017 and usually closed to the public.
The association will present its first studies around Châteauvieux, this castle in ruins occupied from the XNUMXth to the XNUMXth century and the genealogical history of the
lords of Paladru from the XNUMXth to the XNUMXth century and its various projects around the local heritage.
From the coats of arms of local lords, workshops will be offered to children around games and drawings related to coats of arms.
A game on the heritage around the lake currently being built by the association will also be offered.

History, culture and heritage : On the hill which dominates the village of Paladru, on the small mound of the Three Crosses, is this small chapel.
The first texts about it mention its "foundation" by Jeanne de Clermont at the beginning of the year 1523 to celebrate a few masses there.
This chapel was first named "Notre Dame du Château", then "Notre Dame du Mont Clavaire" and finally "Notre Dame des Trois-Croix".
After its restoration which ended in 2017, the chapel is now a place welcoming walkers, with an information panel on the chapel and its restoration and an orientation table.



  • Special family with children


Sunday September 18, 2022.



Reduced mobility

Adapted tourism

  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs