On the old road to Brittany, the roof is an like upturned ship’s hull and the walls are frescoed by Le Scouezec, a Breton artist and tell the story of...Read more
Chapelle Saint-Vigor: the apple-blossom chapel
A true work of art
Nestled in a rural setting, in complete harmony with the surrounding...Read more
Built in the early 20th century to commemorate Saint Thérèse, the basilica was consecrated in 1954. Covering a surface area of 4,500m² with a 95m high...Read more
Gothic construction began circa 1170 and was completed in the mid 13th century. The Flamboyant chapel behind the choir houses the tomb of Pierre Cauchon...Read more
Flamboyant Gothic construction, located in Rue au Char. From Spring to the beginning of October, exhibition about Sainte-Thérèse and her family.
The chapel was built between 1953 and 1954 upon the initiative of the Blonville-Bénerville parish association. Jean-Denis Maillard decorated it with mural...Read more
Built during the 17th century, this chapel is richly adorned with paintings and models of ships offered ex voto by sailors. The esplanade bordering the...Read more
Built around 1060 by William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy then King of England, the ducal castle in Caen is now home to the Musée de Normandie (Normandy...Read more
Built by Claude Nicolas Ledoux. Property of the Calvados Council. Monumental edifice among the most innovative examples of French Neoclassicism (18th century).
Mound located in the Saint Sever forest and occupied from the year 1000 to 1050. Built at the confluence of two rivers, comprising the mound itself, 2...Read more