Restored in 1851, Romano-Byzantin style. 16 bells. Unusal facade, very beautiful mosaïques, its big organ, its bell and stained glasse are all to be seen.
The Chèreperrine castle is a vestige of an impressive mansion from the 18th century, built by the Marquise des Alleurs, mistress of the Grand Dauphin....Read more
Manor from the 16th and 17th century. Tour of outside only.
Church rebuilt in the 15th century. Tower from the 16th century which is the interesting asset of the place. Inside: Monumental main altar, lateral altarpieces...Read more
Building made out of reinforced concrete in a Art Deco style (20th century). Stained glass on a water theme, created by the glass blower Charles Lorin...Read more
The castle was built between 1703 and 1725 by Jacques Léonard Rouxel de Medavy, Marshal of France, in a mediaval fortification. Guided tour of the inside...Read more
An old priory and former courthouse under the Ancien Régime, the manor was built in the 11th century and restored in the 15th century.
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The manor of Soisay was built by François du Grenier around 1530 with 4 buildings forming high and low court.
Today the mansion lends its interior...Read more
Old priory of Chêne Galon from the 18th century. The priory was founded around 1100 by the Count du Perche Rotrou III to house the relics of the "real...Read more
La Chaslerie is manor estate from the Domfrontais bocage. This estate is localy known as a "village", it was built in the 16th and 18th century, on an...Read more