France > Grand Est > Vosges > 88270 > Bouzemont > Grande rue
Bouzemont is a very old village full of legends and its church Saint-Georges is one of the oldest in the Vosges department. It was built in 1065 by Udon, bishop of Toul, and belonged to the chapter of Saint-Gengoult. Part of the bell tower and the arcades of the nave remain from the original building (M.H.) The bay at the end of the south aisle dates from the 13th century. As for the vaults and the pentagonal choir, they date from 1534, the year in which the original church was more or less refurbished. Only the exterior can be visited.
Copyrights Mairie de Bouzemont
Bouzemont loop From Dompaire, discover the Romanesque art through this family circuit, where you can admire the church of Laviéville, join the wood...Voir
Week'Hand Several encounters between different teams and categories Rendezvous at the Dompaire gymnasium for two busy days. Refreshments and cateri...Voir
Film workshop at RPE. 3 rue Charles Gérôme Projection and creation of images of natural elements in Chinese shadow and/or with puppets. Broadcastin...Voir
Media library in DOMPAIRE The Maison des Associations houses the media library. With a surface area of 350 m2, this municipal facility has a commun...Voir
Gîte Carnot For 10 persons - 4 rooms House in the heart of the village completely independent with a park of 2000m2. The gîte can accommodate up to...Voir