Inscriptions et monuments commémoratifs

Des plaques commémoratives sont apposées sur de nombreux lieux de mémoire du protestantisme. Des stèles ou des sculptures sont érigées pour commémorer certains événements. Des monuments magnifient l’épopée huguenote dans d’autres pays.

The first Huguenots arrived in the United States on May, 1, 1562
Column erected in memory of a huguenot settlement in Florida, 1924
Memorial to Sébastien Castellion
Reformation monument in Geneva: the Edict of Nantes
Slaying of Henri IV, 11 rue de la Ferronnerie, Paris
Monuments in memory of the Huguenots (Capetown)
Desert Assembly at Grand-Ry (79)
Tablet in memory of Isabeau Vincent and the minor prophets, Saou, Drôme
Vertical stone (Tarn)
Vertical stone (Tarn)
Wall of the Reformers at the Hospitalet (Gard)
Stone box
Marc Dautry : In memory of the convicts on the galleys - Aigues-Mortes
The forbidden word, J.P Rolland et C.Melchio - Huguenot Memorial on the Island Ste. Marguerite.
Temple at Mialet (Gard)
Le Pont d'Avène. End of the war fought by the Camisards
In memory of Pierre Laporte, called Rolland
Commemorative plaque of the 1st synod in the Désert aux Montèzes near Monoblet (1715)
Tomb of Jean Berthelot, preacher (Poitou, 18th century)
Commemorative plaque in memory of the Seminaire de Lausanne, founded by Antoine Court
Jean Jarousseau (1729-1819)
Commemorative plaque in memory of Paul Rabaut Nîmes
Map of Fontmort, centennial of the 1787 Edict of Tolerance
Map of Fontmort, 150 years under the 1787 Edict of Tolerance
Protestant Faculty of theology in Montpellier

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