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Bormettes Hospital

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Religious heritage, Religious site in La Londe-les-Maures

  • This small hill is named after a vanished Hospital, owned by the Maltese religious and hospital order from 1698 to 1789.

  • Its construction may even date back to the installation by the Knights Templar of an important agricultural operation in this place, allowing the supply of food to the crusaders.
    It fell to the Commanderie hospitalière de Beaulieu in 1338.
    When they returned from the crusade in 1254, three knights reportedly found rest and healing there.
    The three crusades on the City's coat of arms symbolize the badge of the crusaders that each would have offered as a thank you to the hospital...
    Its construction may even date back to the installation by the Knights Templar of an important agricultural operation in this place, allowing the supply of food to the crusaders.
    It fell to the Commanderie hospitalière de Beaulieu in 1338.
    When they returned from the crusade in 1254, three knights reportedly found rest and healing there.
    The three crusades on the City's coat of arms symbolize the badge of the crusaders that each would have offered as a thank you to the hospital workers.
    A watercolour created in 1939, when vestiges of this hospital still survived, gives an idea of its architecture, if it is realistic at all...
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