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Chapelle Sainte Anne - Office de Tourisme de Montgenèvre
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Chapelle Sainte Anne - Office de Tourisme de Montgenèvre
Sainte-Anne Chapel
Montgenèvre

This small religious building is located at the eastern entrance of Montgenèvre, it was renovated in 2003.

The commune of Montgenèvre is on the way of many pilgrimages: Saint Jacques de Compostelle, via Dominicia… it is therefore no accident that the commune values ​​its religious heritage: chapels and churches.
There are currently three chapels between which we find the Saint-Anne chapel.

Facilities
  • Picnic area
  • Parking nearby
Services
  • accepted animals
  • Tourist routes
  • Free visits
Rates
Free access.
Dates
Closed temporarily.
National Road 94
Hamlet of the Obelisk
05100 Montgenèvre
Email: E-mail
Website (URL): Website
Facebook page : Facebook
Spoken languages
  • English
  • French
  • Italian

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    Col Gondrans
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    Fort des Gondrans

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    From 1898 to 1906, the underground war barracks were built, with direct access by a low door to the south, and by a staircase from above. All the superstructures are surrounded by a continuous infantry grid, with a gate acting as the main entrance.

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    The work was stopped in July 1935, due to an immediate rapprochement between France and Italy (Stresa agreements), to resume precipitously in 1938-1939, because Italy decidedly turned towards Germany.
    As it is at the declaration of war, the work of the Janus is far from the original preliminary draft which provided for an impressive armament.
    Credit restrictions meant that the work had only 2 mortars of 81 m / m and 2 pieces of 75 m / m for its main artillery, firing parallel to the border or in friendly territory, plus 4 twinning of Reibel machine guns and a few machine guns. The structure is, however, equipped with the overpressure and ventilation system specific to Maginot structures, which is very comfortable for men living inside.
    In the midst of the battle, in June 1940, the officer commanding the work will have to cut the right part of the embrasure visors to be able to widen the fire to the right and support the defense, north of the Col de Montgenèvre.
    The Janus is one of the rare structures in the sector to experience a fire test in June 1940. It was targeted by the 149 m / m of the nearby Italian fort of Chaberton, which dominates it by nearly 600 m. A GFM bell still bears the mark of the ricochet of an Italian shell.
    It is also to these observation bells that he owes his greatest claim to fame: one of them housed an officer who participated in the artillery observations and the firing of the 280s of the 6th Battery. of the 154th RAP which, under the command of Lieutenant Miguet, reduced the Chaberton to silence.

    The Janus is now owned by the municipality of Montgenèvre, which recently acquired it. A study is underway to secure the structure in order to open it soon to visitors.
    Protected from looting and vandalism by the close presence of the Gondrans military post, still in operation, the Janus structure, still equipped with its extraordinary drawbridge, enormous, and yet maneuvered by a single man, from its long central gallery of 345 m, of its main artillery, of its complete electricity production “factory”, and of a significant part of its life equipment, is in good condition and its visit will be of great interest to understand what t was the life of the crew of a high altitude fort more than 60 years ago.

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    Summit of Chateau Juan
    05100 Montgenèvre

    Fort of Janus

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    Fort du Chaberton
    Mont Chaberton (3131m)
    Alpes Cotiennes
    05100 Montgenèvre

    Fort du Chaberton

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