Chapelle de la Miséricorde

The Misericord chapel was built built by the Brotherhood of the black penitents in 1646. Inside, note is the beautiful statue of recumbent statue of Christ, sculpted par the Monocan Bosio at teh end of the 18C. During the Good Friday festival, the statue is carried solomnly through the old town.

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rue Princesse-Marie-de-Lorraine, 98000 Monaco

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