The chapel is located in the Follemprise street (cemetery entrance). The first foundations date back to the 13th century. The whole building was restored in 1998 (inside-outside).
There are 2 graves of soldiers of the Commonwealth buried in the main path.
This sculpture of Albert Roze is in the central path. It was inaugurated in 1921. 75 names of soldiers killed in 14 were carved on the base. You can see these names on the following link: Soldiers killed in action.
Statue sculpted by M. Albert Roze
Other statues of Mr. Albert ROZE are placed in Amiens' Picardy museum, Amiens Cathedral and the well-known Jules Verne 's tomb located in Madeleine cemetery Amiens.