This picturesque and somewhat unusual little chapel is home to a set of 80cm-tall terra cotta statues representing the Soisson family.
In the 19th century, the primitive chapel of Saint-Jacques de l'Aumône became a parish church and two side aisles were added. The chapel did not have a belltower, as the monks from the Abbey of Saint-Denis did not want any competition. The bells in 1854 were therefore fitted in the loft. The church houses nativity statues comprising 15 terracotta characters of a height of 80cm, ordered by the Count and Countess of Soisson to celebrate the birth of their son. This Adoration of the Shepherds portrays several members of their family .
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