Chapelle De La Rose, Belgium

An abandoned chapel in Belgium with a single rose left behind.

Chapelle De La Rose, Belgium
 

Chapelle De La Rose is an abandoned chapel in Belgium. The building is generally in good condition structurally, and has a fair bit of decay to the interior decoration. There is a nice altar in the chapel, and a single red rose is the only remaining item.

The chapel was built in 1624 as part of a very old adjoining hospice. The hospice buildings have now been renovated but the chapel has been left abandoned.

Chapelle De La Rose - The chapel from balcony

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Chapelle De La Rose – The chapel from balcony

Chapelle De La Rose - The chapel

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Chapelle De La Rose – The chapel

Chapelle De La Rose - The chapel

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Chapelle De La Rose – The chapel

Chapelle De La Rose - Chairs facing the altar

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Chapelle De La Rose – Chairs facing the altar

Chapelle De La Rose - The rose

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Chapelle De La Rose – The rose

Chapelle De La Rose - The rose

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Chapelle De La Rose – The rose

Chapelle De La Rose - Side room

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Chapelle De La Rose – Side room

Chapelle De La Rose - Doorway to chapel in the entrance hall

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Chapelle De La Rose – Doorway to chapel in the entrance hall

Chapelle De La Rose - Through the chapel door

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Chapelle De La Rose – Through the chapel door

Chapelle De La Rose - Cabinet and murals

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Chapelle De La Rose – Cabinet and murals

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