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Considered to be a masterpiece of the Romanesque art in Normandy, Graville abbey underwent several periods of construction since the eleventh century. Guillaume Malet de Graville, who was victorious during the Hastings… lire la suite

At the centre-point of the town, the abbey of Montivilliers, which underwent top-to-bottom restoration, proposes an original tour unique in Normandy. The audio tour reveals the daily rhythm of nuns based on prayer and… lire la suite

This show flat gives the opportunity to understand how the Perret working group aimed at rehousing the locals after the town was 80% destroyed as a result of second world war bombing operations. This fully-furnished apartment… lire la suite

Notre-Dame Cathedral is one of the last remains of what Le Havre looked like in the 16t century. The western side, the altarpieces of the 17th century and the organ were given by Richelieu as a gift (and restored in the… lire la suite

The chapel of Notre-Dame-des-Flots has overlooked the cliffs of Sainte-Adresse since 1859 − part of our landscape, history and religious tradition. Like the Sugarloaf memorial a few metres further down, it is now… lire la suite

Château d'Etelan


The Castle, listed in The French National Heritage, was built on the site of a fortress destroyed and was completed in 1494. It was built in a flamboyant Gothic style, it alternates layers of bricks and stones with a… lire la suite

Château d'Orcher


From the top of its location, Orcher Castle dominates the estuary of the Seine and the bridge of Normandy. The fortress was transformed in the 18th century into an elegant house, in the particularly refined woodwork. Opening… lire la suite

Discover the Filières Castle and dive into the history of France of the XVIth and XVIIIth centuries. Opening hours From Saturday, April 29th, 2017 to Sunday, October 1st, 2017, every weekend from 2:00 p.m. till 6:00… lire la suite

Saint Joseph church can be compared to a light house because of its octagonal lantern-tower reaching a height of 110 metres. It is joined to the square base of the building, sheltering the nave and the choir. The building… lire la suite

Set up between the 14th and the 16th century, its bell tower of 83 m is one of the jewels of Normandy gothic architecture The recent restoration of its west wall and its stained-glass windows confer it a new youth. Open… lire la suite