The archaeological site of Croux, dating from the 3rd century house the oldest "mikveh" of Europe (the baptismal pool for Jewish ritual baths)
"The archaeological site of Croux, dating from the 3rd century house the oldest" mikveh "of Europe (the baptismal pool for Jewish ritual baths).
The conference (Serge Bismuth Ed) held on the occasion of the Heritage Days on Saturday and Sunday at Croux regarding the baptismal pool has given an exceptional dimension to this village which now has about twenty barely inhabitants. Indeed, blending Heritage and Citizenship, it was easy to restore the "Mikveh" & discover its importance. President Pierre de Croux, Serge Bismuth and other members do not hesitate to date from the 3rd century, the archaeological site of Croux as, clearly, its an older monument currently found in Europe. " (Cathy Mercier)
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.