Chapel of Marie la Miserable
This Gothic chapel, whose origins certainly date from the 14th century, was modified many times until its restoration in 1970. It evokes the moving story – told by the playwright M. de Ghelderode in his play Marie la Miserable (1952) – of a young peasant girl who became the victim of a powerful person whose advances she had spurned. To avenge himself, the rebuffed seducer slipped a valuable vase into her bag, then accused her of theft. Injustly condemned, the young girl was buried alive.
Location of Chapelle de Marie la Misérable:
Photos of Chapelle de Marie la Miserable
Chapel of Marie la Miserable from the other side
The chapel can be visited daily from 7 am to 6 pm.
Going around into its garden designed by René Pechère