This pretty little church is called Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul. It includes an elongated nave whose traces of opus spicatum in the walls reveal a construction from the 1th century. The heart (XNUMXth century) is much narrower. In the XNUMXth century, a seigniorial chapel was attached to it. The freestone pyramidal spire of the bell tower (restored in the XNUMXst quarter of the XNUMXth century) is like the church of Saint-Michel de Vaucelles in Caen (unique in Normandy).
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