France’s Incredible Oak Chapel

Located in Allouville-Bellefosse, France, this centuries-old Oak chapel converges nature and theology into an ethereal and historic package.

Oak Chapel

Located in the French farming village of Allouville-Bellefosse, this amazing oak tree is home to more than just woodland flora and fauna: its hollow, thousand-year-old trunk serves as the base for two small chapels accessible via spiral staircases that surround the tree.

Incredible Oak Chapel

This oak tree is the oldest known tree in France and many locals speculate that it actually dates back to the Charlemagne’s reign in the eighth century. While scientists date the tree some 800 years, the tree is a timeless symbol of French strength as it has stood steadfast throughout the Hundred Years War, The Black Death, Reformation, the Revolution, both World Wars, and the Napoleonic era.

Oak Chapel France

Oak Cathederal

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