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Religious monuments

Cossonay Le Temple de Cossonay

L'église, dédiée à Pierre et Paul, paroissiale et prioriale, est documentée en 1096. Cependant, des fouilles (1909-1911 et 1971-1973) ont mis en évidence un premier édifice à une nef et chœur barlong remontant au VIIIe siècle, puis un deuxième, du IXe siècle, avec un chœur à trois absides.

Temple de Cossonay
Rue des Bons-Enfants 4
1304 Cossonay-Ville
Tel. +41 (0)21 861 41 67
http://www.cossonay.ch/paroisse

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La Sarraz La Sarraz Church

Known as the Jacquemart chapel, built in 1362 outside the city walls and castle ramparts; classified historical monument

Chapelle Saint-Antoine de la Sarraz
1315 La Sarraz
Chapelle Saint-Antoine de la Sarraz

© Tourist information center Morges

Mollens Priory St-Jacques

In 1139 the church of Mollens, a monastic centre affiliated to Cluny, belonged to the abbey of Romainmôtier.

Commune de Mollens
Place du Château 4
1146 Mollens VD
Tel. +41 (0)21 864 42 65
gref@mollensvd.ch
www.mollensvd.ch

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Morges Catholic Church

The church St-François de Sales was built in 1842. The architect was called Henri Perregeaux, the architecture of the church is assigned to the movement of Gothic Revival Architecture.

Eglise St-François-de-Sales
Rue Louis-de-Savoie 31
1110 Morges
Tel. +41 (0)21 811 40 10
Fax +41 (0)21 811 40 11
paroisse.morges@cath-vd.ch
www.cath-morges.ch

© Tourist information center Morges

Morges Protestant Church

Erasme Ritter, a Bernese architect, draws up the plans and conducted the protestant church (called Temple) from 1769 to 1771. After an accident that caused the subsidence of the front of the church, Léonard Roux from Lyon was charged with the rebuilding of the façade. The Temple is one of the most remarkable baroque churches in the western part of Switzerland.

Temple de Morges
Place de l'Eglise
1110 Morges
Tel. +41 (0)21 801 15 02
Fax +41 (0)21 801 15 02
secretariat.morgesechichens@eerv.ch
morges.eerv.ch

St-Sulpice Church of St-Sulpice

Romanesque church (13th cent.), built on Cluny model. Foundations prior to 1,000 AD

Eglise Romane
Chemin du Crêt
1025 St-Sulpice VD
Tel. +41 (0)21 691 72 82
ecublenssaintsulpice@protestant-vaud.ch
www.protestant-vaud.ch/ecublenssaintsulpice




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