A couple of years ago we spent some time in the winter geocaching in our area of Burgundy, France. Caches are few and far between in the countryside! One cache took us close to what turned out to be the tiniest chapel I had ever come across -
Even from afar it looked somewhat neglected, there was no door! But the roof with the roof tiles laid in the shape of a cross, looked in good shape.
The only decoration on the outside was between the two simple stained glass windows -
The interior was so plain, a small Holy Water font -
and a partially tiled floor, half covered in dead leaves -
Maybe somebody was going to carry on with a restoration in the Spring, there was a small pile of tiles in a corner.
A small wooden cross was leaning against the wall, and on a little ledge at the back of the tiny room, there was this bust -
It was a strange little place, but somehow peaceful and serene.
I think I will go back to this place this summer and see whether it has been restored at all. I will let you know.