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The commune of Malay , made up of 5 hamlets with Le Bourg, Cortemblin, Ougy, Seugne and La Place, is located in the Grosne valley, near the Roman road which connects Mâcon to Autun.

The remains of a Roman bridge over the Grosne, visible until the Second World War, suggest a Gallo-Roman occupation on the site.

Malay has two beautiful Romanesque churches: that of the village, former priory (1095-1790) and that of the hamlet of Ougy.

The church of Malay, Notre-Dame-de-la-Nativité is mentioned as a crossing point on an initiatory path to Compostela at the beginning of the 12th century in the book "Les étoiles de Compostelle" by Henri Vincenot.

The ecclesia of Maleto * is mentioned in the Bullarium Cluniacense ** from 1095. She was a rich agricultural deanery of the abbey of Cluny.

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Eglise de Malay en travaux
Eglise de Malay en travaux

Échafaudage parapluie sur l'église de Malay pendant la réfection du clocher.

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Toit en lauzes
Toit en lauzes

Détail du toit en lauzes de l'église de Malay

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Cloche de Malay
Cloche de Malay

Nouvellement installée la cloche de l'église de Malay sonne uniquement la journée.

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Eglise de Malay en travaux
Eglise de Malay en travaux

Échafaudage parapluie sur l'église de Malay pendant la réfection du clocher.

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Repair of the church steeple in 2019

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South entrance to Malay

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Entrance to the church of Malay (11th century)

 
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Taizé

Brother Alois became prior of the community on the death of Brother Roger on August 16, 2005.

Prayers of Taizé

In Week

8.15 Morning prayer

12.20 Noon prayer

8.30 pm Evening prayer

Friday night

8.30 pm Evening prayer followed by prayer around the cross

Saturday night

8.30 pm Evening prayer followed by the Liturgy of Paschal Light

Sunday

10.00 Eucharist
8.30 pm Evening prayer

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Cluny

The abbey of Cluny , in Saône-et-Loire, was founded on September 2, 909 or 910 by the Duke of Aquitaine and Count of Auvergne Guillaume Ier.

Cluny is the symbol of monastic renewal in the West; the abbey was a center of the reformation of the Benedictine rule and a leading intellectual center in the classical Middle Ages.

Opening time :

• Self-guided or guided tours, every day. (except 01/01, 01/05, 01/11, 11/11 and 25/12)

• Duration of the guided tour: around 2 hours

• April, May, June, September: 9:30 am - 6 pm

• July, August: 9:30 am - 7:00 pm

• October to March: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Last admission 1 hour. before closing.

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Chambres d'hôtes proches de Taizé - Cormatin
Cormatin

The Chateau de Cormatin is located in the town of Cormatin in Saône-et-Loire, on an island in the Grosne river.

Built at the beginning of the 17th century, it retains rare original details such as its staircase and the decoration of certain rooms.

The castle was classified as a historical monument in 1862 and 2003 and various parts of the park were inscribed in 1995.

 
Brancion

Medieval city

Brancion (10th, 12th, 14th) is the most important stronghold of southern Burgundy. Famous for its strategic location and its history.

Jocerand de Brancion, companion of Saint Louis, killed in the crusades at the battle of Mansourah.

Ducal Châtellenie (end of the 13th century) then Royal, it has remained a living example of medieval military architecture.

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© photo Jacques Million