This cross is located in a place full of charm. A place that seems frozen for several centuries, a small cemetery coiled against its chapel, in the countryside. If the association was usual until the 19th century, these “couples” meet less and less often. So it is there, in the silence of Little Mazuras, against the wall that encloses the space of the dead that rises a beautiful two-sided cross, also visible from the world of the living.
It is made of granite, like the vast majority of crosses in Creuse. On one side, a virgin and child looks down on the graves and the village below. On the other side, a Christ on the cross embraces the surrounding fields and invites you to take the path that leads to the beautiful chaos of the Roches de Mazuras.