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[The Chêne Chapelle] Old #oak tree home to two small chapels. Located in the small French farming village of #AllouvilleBellefosse, #France the tree has grown in pace with the development of the French country itself. Said to have begun growing 1000 years ago.

[The Chêne Chapelle] Old tree home to two small chapels. Located in the small French farming village of the tree has grown in pace with the development of the French country itself. Said to have begun growing 1000 years ago.

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The Chêne-Chapelle (Chapel-Oak) of Allouville-Bellefosse is the most famous tree in France – actually, it’s more than just a tree: it’s a building and a religious monument all in one.

Chapelle Notre Dame de la Paix inside of the oak tree. Allouville, France. The oak tree is between 800 and 1,200 years old.

Chapelle Notre Dame de la Paix inside of the oak tree. The oak tree is between 800 and years old.

Chêne Chappelle (Chapel Oak) is one of the oldest trees in France. It's a fairy tale cathedral that holds two tiny chapels in its hollow trunk and hosts an annual pilgrimage.

- Le Chêne Chapelle (Chapel-Oak) of Allouville-Bellefosse, France. Two century chapels built within and upon the remains of a now dying Oak tree.

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[The Chêne Chapelle] Old tree home to two small chapels. Located in the small French farming village of the tree has grown in pace with the development of the French country itself. Said to have begun growing 1000 years ago.

The Oak of Allouville- bellfose is one of the biggest and oldest trees of France, and in it are build two small chapels above each other. To...

The Chapel-Oak is the biggest, oldest, and the most famous tree of France. The tree is a religious monument and an object of pilgrimage. There are two small chapels built in it.

Trees and worship go hand-in-hand with the Chapel Oak, the most famous tree of France, located in a small village in Normandy. According to records, the hollowed base of the tree has been used as a shrine to Holy Mary since 1696. We certainly have a fascination with tree houses, even forming trees into the house shape itself instead of building on. But there's nothing that will quite live up to the history of the Chapel Oak.

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Trees and worship go hand-in-hand with the Chapel Oak, the most famous tree of France, located in a small village in Normandy. According to records, the hollowed base of the tree has been used as a shrine to Holy Mary since 1696

De Chêne chapelle in Allouville-Bellefosse  Normandië oftewel een kapelletje in een oude eik gebouwd in 1669 en nog steeds in gebruik.  The Chapel Oak The Chêne chapelle (lit. chapel oak) is an oak tree located in Normandy France who is between 800 and 1200 years old is 15 metres (49 ft) high and its base has a circumference of 16 metres (52 ft). Its hollow trunk hosts two chapels which were built there in 1669 and are still used: Notre Dame de la Paix (Our Lady of Peace) and the Chambre de…

De Chêne chapelle in Allouville-Bellefosse Normandië oftewel een kapelletje in een oude eik gebouwd in 1669 en nog steeds in gebruik. The Chapel Oak The Chêne chapelle (lit. chapel oak) is an oak tree located in Normandy France who is between 800 and 1200 years old is 15 metres (49 ft) high and its base has a circumference of 16 metres (52 ft). Its hollow trunk hosts two chapels which were built there in 1669 and are still used: Notre Dame de la Paix (Our Lady of Peace) and the Chambre de…

A staircase winds around le Chêne Chapelle. The Chêne Chapelle (meaning the ‘chapel oak’) is located in Allouville-Bellefosse, a commune in the Seine-Maritime department of the Upper Normandy region, France. According to the locals, the oak tree is old as the nation of France itself, and was already in existence during the reign of Charlemagne in the 9th century A.D. It is also said that in 1035, William the Conqueror, the first Norman king of England, had knelt at the base of this oak…

although this is a church, i had to put it in fairy-tale houses, because it has that kind of charm***********Curious Places: Oak chapel (Allouville- Bellefosse/ France)

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The Chêne Chapelle or Chapel Oak of Allouville-Bellefosse in the northern French region of Haute-Normandie is the most famous tree in France. Since 1669 the ~1000 year old tree has housed two tiny religious chapels (Notre Dame de la Paix [Our Lady of Peace] and Chambre de l'Ermite [the Hermit's room] in its hollow trunk, together with an outside spiral access staircase

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The Chêne chapelle “chapel oak” is an oak tree located in Allouville-Bellefosse in Seine-Maritime, France. The oak tree is between 800 and 1,200 years old and its hollow trunk hosts two chapels, which were built there in 1669 and are still used

Curious Places: Oak chapel (Allouville- Bellefosse/ France)-- a church built inside a tree that was hit by lightning in the Century.

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