Deanery of the Monks
The deanery of the monks of Mazille, a dependency of the monks of Cluny, small building from the 11th century, chapel 1240-150, dean's room upstairs, large garden
The Doyenné des Moines de Mazille is a former dependency of the Benedictines of the Abbey of Cluny. Perched on a rocky spur, its majestic buildings dominate the town, notably the chapel dating from the 13th century. Like the other Cluniac deaneries, the Deanery of the Monks of Mazille was multi-functional. Not only did it supply the Abbey of Cluny with food, notably wine, wood, oats, wheat and rye, but it was also a place where deeds were signed and legal proceedings were held.
|Guided tour for adults
Pets are allowed.