Overlooking the wetland, this thatched cottage, the only one of its kind in France with its unique shape, now houses the town hall of Saint-Sulpice. Its medieval framework displaying corbels on three sides and a gallery at the back makes it an extraordinary site in Normandy. Built in 1420 some 10 kilometres away from here by English carpenters during the Hundred Years' War, this thatched-covered building has been disassembled and completely restored on this site overlooking the wetland.
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