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A rich religious heritage
The Saint-Luc parish church was mentioned as early as 1288. It constitutes one of the four religious buildings in the small locality of Ménerbes in the Vaucluse department. It cohabits with the Saint-Blaise chapel known as the Chapelle des Pénitents dating from the 18th century, the Notre-Dame-des-Grâces chapel - a Roman sanctuary reworked after the plague of 1629 - and the remains of the ancient abbey of Saint-Hilaire today converted into rural buildings.
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