Chapel Detail in Chillon Castle

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James Blake Wiener
by ThomasNicodeme Studio design 3D
published on 26 November 2018
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The Chapel Saint-Georges was the private chapel for the Catholic dukes of Savoy in the Middle Ages. Although the chapel was no longer used after the Swiss Reformation in the 16th century CE, the room served as an attic and powder deposit during the long period Bernese period. The chapel was revived with its original function in the 19th century CE, becoming the place of worship for prisoners when the castle was transformed into a cantonal prison.

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