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Colline Notre-Dame du Haut

Art
Ronchamp
France
The Hill Notre-Dame du Haut, located in Ronchamp (Bourgogne - Franche- Comté) in the east of France, is a place of great historical, artistic and spiritual value.

Le Corbusier built a chapel there in 1955. Jean Prouvé made a three-bell portico in the 1970's and recently, in 2011, Renzo Piano also worked on the hill. Thus a harmonious architectural complex was created - composed of the Monastery of St. Clare, the tourist entrance pavilion (la Porterie), the Bell Tower (le Campanile) and the chapel of Notre-Dame du Haut. The last, an iconic building, is listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, in 2016.

All these contemporary architectural works are part of an exceptional natural environment. The panorama unfolds on four horizons: to the north, with a unique view of the Vosges mountains, to the east, on the Belfort Gap, to the south, on the first peaks of the Jura mountains and, to the west, on the valley of the Saone river.
Colline Notre-Dame du Haut
Colline Notre-Dame du Haut
Colline Notre-Dame du Haut
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Opening hours
From
until
Monday - Sunday: 10:00-17:00
From
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Monday - Sunday: 9:00-19:00
From
until
Monday - Sunday: 9:00-17:00
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Colline Notre-Dame du Haut
13 rue de la Chapelle
70250
Ronchamp
France
+33 3 84 20 65 13

47.704185, 6.62179