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Builded in year 1525 and situated in the town of Bléré, France, this chapel has been renovated in the end of 2020, a few month ago.
The commander Guillaume de Seigne was a treasurer of artillery for François 1er, king of France. This is the reason why we can observe some artillery references on the edifice, such as the cannons on the front.
The chapel is classified as monument historique (national heritage) since 1875.
Photogrammetry process was entirely made with (980) pictures from the ground, no drone used so I didn’t get pics of the top. 16k textures, diffuse + normal. Decimated from 85M polys raw mesh to 1M polys. little texture paint and some parts’s modifications due to the lack of visibility from ground.