ÉGLISE D’OSSEN

OSSEN , Hautes-Pyrénées – Patrimonio cultural

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The church of Saint-Jacques: despite its somewhat austere exterior, the bell tower dates from 1946, the interior and its history are worthy of interest. From the Romanesque, only the two pillars remain at the entrance with their frieze, of which the one on the right, alas hidden by the staircase, represents Adam and Eve separated by two apples. The beautiful altarpiece with columns and canopy is from the Ferrère workshop. It is dominated by the bust of Saint James, made in 1750. The tabernacle is anterior; on the door, Christ the Good Shepherd. It is surmounted by a Virgin and Child framed by two angels holding a horn of plenty serving as torchbearer. Its coronation represents a statuette of Christ. Traduction automatique par DeepL via DATAtourisme


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