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This city is known for the ruin of the abbey. Even there are some interesting houses, too, beside the abbey.

It was quite easy to find a free parking space and during our time there I noticed, that there was only very limited traffic.

Even if you not plan visiting the abbey, I recomend at least going to the entracne and read the information. How old it is, who already was involved building and / or destroying the abbey. For me, it was like a who-is-who of ancient European history.

Today I have a few photos from that city. For pictures of the abbey go back to my last post.

You can also have a look at my other past posts to get more information about our trip through the Normandie.

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