Le hameau du Cruet
Located at the limit of Combloux and Domancy, the village deserves a small detour which will allow you to discover old farms, bread oven, chapel ......
A first chapel built in 1671 in wood would have been ravaged by a fire. The current chapel was rebuilt in 1882.
She was put under the patronage of Saint Francis de Sales, to protect herself from the plague.
The trusses have retained their struts (oblique planks under the ridge of the roof), on which one can read the date of construction, the name of the owner, and religious maxims.
A few outbuildings are still visible: the bread oven, or the attic. A few granite basins, a cross.
By taking a few steps in the direction of Grange Neuve, the view of the valley and the plain of Mont-Blanc is magnificent. You will be surprised to discover a plain in "parquet strips".
- Historical patrimony
- City Village
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