Located at Entrechaux, in the Vaucluse, Notre-Dame de Nazareth chapel is a Romanesque building built in the 12th century. Considered one of the finest examples of Provencal Romanesque art, it is strongly influenced by ancient architecture.
The building was built on the remains of a Roman temple once dedicated to Diana, and was decorated with a porch and a bell tower in the nineteenth century. The upper part of its facade reveals a framed window of fluted pilasters, as well as a stone "to the crouth player" of the tenth century.
It is one of the most decorated chapels in Haute-Provence, including trompe-l'œil paintings made in the 17th century. Outside, the various sculptures allow to admire an impressive bestiary as well as several wild patterns.