Located on the hill of Bourlémont, the Chapel Notre-Dame du Haut dominates the small town of Ronchamp. It was built by one of the most famous architects of the XXth Century: Charles-Edouard Jeanneret known as “Le Corbusier”. The chapel of Le Corbusier is also a symbol of the revival of contemporary sacred art, a place of mutiscular marial pilgrimage.
For more information on this masterpiece of local architecture, contact the Association Oeuvre Notre-Dame du Haut on 03 84 20 65 13 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Site: www.chapellederonchamp.fr
Located in Ornans in the birthplace of the painter, the Courbet museum offers, on 100 m2 of exhibition, various collections composed of works of the artist (paintings, drawings, sculptures). You can also discover works of different artists of the XIXth and XXth centuries, landscapers, followers of this exceptional painter.
To book and find out more, contact the Musée Courbet: 03 81 86 22 88. Website: www.musee-courbet.fr
Discover Besançon and its historical riches. Departure from the bridge of the Republic in Besancon, leave for a commented cruise on the loop of the Doubs. Pass of locks, crossing of the impressive underground canal of 375m dug in the mountain of the Citadel of Vauban. From the boat, you have a breathtaking view of the fortifications of Vauban and the Citadel, a world heritage site by USNESCO. Duration: about 1h15.
For more information, contact the boat Vauban at 03 81 68 13 25. Mail: email@example.com. Website: www.bateau-besancon.fr