Legend has it that coming back from game forests, young Duke Robert spotted a young woman washing clothes in the Ante Valley fountain at the foot of the...Read more
The church was built on the foundations of a small gallo-roman temple and is one of the principal examples of Norman (or Romanesque) architecture in Normandy....Read more
The Falaise Gap (or Pocket) was the theatre of war for the last stages of the Battle of Normandy in the Second World War.
The Gap was closed between...Read more
The Saint Clair Monument was built in homage to the shots of Saint-Clair. This monument, in the heart of the Suisse Normande, symbolizes the most resistance...Read more
Flamboyant Gothic construction, located in Rue au Char. From Spring to the beginning of October, exhibition about Sainte-Thérèse and her family.
In 1957, the exhumation service of the Volksbund transferred soldier’s remains to the German Military Cemetery in Marigny. The cemetery comprises fives...Read more