Prarreyer, this village has a little jewel: its chapel. Built during the Second World War and inaugurated in 1943, this circular building received an unusual response from the local press. A veritable chorus of praise greeted this "miniature pantheon", "this perfect rotunda". To top it all off, the flat-roofed architectural gem was presented with a relic of Nicholas de Flüe, which was set into the stone of the altar. The fresco in the choir was also designed by the artist Albert Chavaz.
"Let yourself be seduced by exposed old wood beams"