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Dijon: Ticket for the Well of Moses

Product ID: 99951
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Admire a masterpiece of medieval sculpture owed to Claus Sluter. Have the opportunity to discover the ancient Carthusian monastery of Champmol.
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  • Admire the sculpture of the Well of Moses almost 7 meters tall
  • Discover the ancient monastery of Champmol, the necropolis of the Dukes of Burgundy
  • See the chapel with an original portal from the 14th-century
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Admire the Well of Moses, a hexagonal pillar almost 7 meters tall standing in a basin supplied by ground water. On each side of this pillar are niches framed by small columns with foliage-covered capitals. Each niche shelters a statue of six prophets from the Old Testament: Moses, Isaiah, Daniel, Zachariah, Jeremiah and David. Between them, you can see six angels whose expressions or gestures convey the sorrow of the Passion.

This is one of the most impressive sculptures from the end of the Middle Ages due to its powerful design, the realism of the faces and the costumes. Close to the Well of Moses, you can admire the 19th-century chapel built in a neo-Gothic style.

Of the original building, only the portal incorporated into the chapel remains. To enhance your visit, a sound montage will be provided in this chapel. This is a great opportunity to discover the Chartreuse of Champmol, which was once a major religious site during the time of the Dukes of Burgundy. 
  • Visit the chapel with its orginal portal
  • Brochure in French, English or German with all the information about the Well of Moses

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The welcome desk is inside the Chartreuse of Champmol, which is now a hospital.

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Know before you go
• The Well of Moses is located inside the Chartreuse of Champmol, which is now a hospital
• By foot, you can do the additional walking loop of the Owl's Trail
• From the train station, it takes about 20 to 30 minutes walking. Otherwise, you can take the bus 3 direction Fontaine D'ouche from Place Darcy
• The Well of Moses is closed during lunch time from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

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