Eglise Saint-Aubin




From the 15th century under the invocation of Saint Aubin, the church was under the control of the archdeacon of Bayeux and the deanery of Evrecy. Lord Pierre du Buisson is, in all likelihood, buried in the southern chapel adjoining the nave and choir. Some parts of the building, damaged during the Second World War, have been preserved, notably the comb-tower. The walls were once decorated with wood in their lower part. the stalls have disappeared. the tiling of the sacristy is original.
Hidden in the south outer wall of the church, a statue represents the patron saint "Saint Aubin" dressed in the episcopal habit.




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