Statue du Pape Urbain II

Historical sites and monuments

4, rue de l'église


Tel. : 03 26 58 32 86
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The colossal statue of Pope Urban II was erected in 1887 and is 25 metres high ; the viewpoint indicator allows visitors to locate the 22 surrounding villages. Let us remember that Pope Urban II organised the first crusade to Jerusalem in 1095 and proclaimed the « Truce of God », two days per week when violence was forbidden during armed combat.

Visits :

  • Guided on-demand individual visits
  • Free permanent individual visits
  • Guided on-demand group visits
  • Free permanent group visits
  • Language of visit : French

Groupes acceptés

Pets allowed

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Last update : 19-09-2019

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