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The church of Saint-Jacques de Cresserons

The church of Saint-Jacques de Cresserons

Partially listed on 15/05/1925 for its western façade

Dating from the 12th century, it presents characteristics of Romanesque architecture and decoration; door with two archivolts (lozenges & zigzags) and window columns overhanging this door. The building was restored in 1610. The choir and transept were built between 1830 and 1870 by M.Desclais, the parish priest.

Baptized in 1927, you will discover two bells; the bigger one is called Ellen, Yvonne, Emilie and the second one Émilie, Marie, Andrée.

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19 Rue de Caen
14440 Cresserons
Lat : 49.2875149Lng : -0.3553337
87 d

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