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Ivry-la-Bataille

Ivry-la-Bataille
Credit : © Eure Tourisme

Description

In Ivry-la-Bataille can be seen the remains of one of the first stone castles built in Normandy circa 1000 AD. When you visit the ruins you can imagine the size of the fortress and the magnitude of the keep that testify to the strategic importance Ivry had for centuries. Ivry's name evolved into Ivry-la-Bataille after the battle of 1590 won by Henry IV of France against the Duke of Mayenne. A pleasant walk provides a view over the town and the Eure river dotted with watermills and waterworks that remind us of the important industrial past. Along the streets with evocative names, "rue des belles femmes" (pretty women's street), "rue de la porte à bateaux" (boats' door street), or the "rue de la prison" (Jail street), admire Norman half-timbered houses and take a look at the door of the former abbey. Do not miss: Calvados Morin and the visit of the troglodytic cellars.

Technical Information

Lat, Lng
48.8832051.458847
Coordinates copied
Altitude
-99999 m
Point of Interest updated on 08/03/2024

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Contact

E-mail : mairie@ville-ivry-la-bataille.fr
Telephone : 02 32 36 40 19

Author

Eurêka Attractivité - Agence d'Attractivité de l'Eure

Data author

3bis rue de verdun 27000 EVREUX

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Caution!
We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾