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Commemorates William the Conquerors departure

Origin of the nvasion fleet in 1066, this church has a memorial list of companions. It has been... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
JRMaddog
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Darlington, United Kingdom
Nice church to photo.

At the end of the village. The church of our Lady dates back to the 11th century. It was enlarged... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2016
rayrest
via mobile
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30 Jun 2018
“Eglise Notre Dame”
28 Sep 2017
“William the Conqueror set off from here”
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D49 - Rue Helene Boucher, 14160 Dives-sur-Mer, France
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Reviewed 30 June 2018

This is a lovely church at the edge of this picturesque little Normandy town. A reasonable amount of free parking but best to get there early. Church locked when we arrived at about 10 h 00 on a weekday morning in June but we were...More

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Reviewed 29 September 2017

William le Conquerant set off from Dives to Britain and the Battle of Hastings. A list of his travelling companions is on the walls of the church.

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Reviewed 29 May 2017

Origin of the nvasion fleet in 1066, this church has a memorial list of companions. It has been knocked about a lot since then but retains some medieval features such as a lepers hole.

Thank JRMaddog
Reviewed 13 April 2016 via mobile

At the end of the village. The church of our Lady dates back to the 11th century. It was enlarged in the Gothic era. It has a nice stained glass window. Free parking just outside of village.

Thank rayrest
Reviewed 15 July 2014

From the main road near the Hyper U we saw a glimpse of old buildings and a narrow street - not immediately noticeable. There is a large car park facing the main road, this leads you over to the tourist office and an amazing courtyard...More

1  Thank Gossy-abroad
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