In the neighbourhood of Provins, near Longueville, the visitor may find this beautiful church dating from the thirteenth, fifteenth and seventeenth centuries. Formerly the chapel of the castle, it was separated from it at the Revolution. It was built at the end of the twelfth century and the early thirteenth century.
Closed to the public in 1966 when the vault of the choir collapsed, the chapel was opened to the public once more in September 1998 after 12 years of restoration.
Come and discover this chapel in the midst of the countryside, perched on the slope of the Voulzie valley, well worth a visit, particularly because of the quality of its murals (thirteenth, fifteenth and seventeenth centuries).