Eglise Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny, Giverny

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Reputed as a site of mystery and ancient history, Eglise Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny is a church in the village of Giverny that dates from the Middle Ages. Built partially in Romanesque style, additions have since been made. It is dedicated to Ste.-Radegonde, who was said to have cured scabies. Some historians say Gallo-Roman graves were discovered in the churchyard in 1838. After you view the church, walk a short distance to the nearby ruined megalithic monument called St. Radegonde's Grave. It also testifies that Neolithic people used to live here. Use our Giverny trip app to arrange your visit to Eglise Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny and other attractions in Giverny.
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  • We walked up here to find where Monet was buried. To be honest I thought it would be something grand since he's one of the world's most famous painters but it's nothing special at all, just a small... 
    We walked up here to find where Monet was buried. To be honest I thought it would be something grand since he's one of the world's most famous painters but it's nothing special at all, just a small...  more »
  • It is a medium size church withj an adjacent cemetery. There is a monument for soldiers died near by in the WWII. It has a wood made interior. It is a simple, cosy, and quiet place that invites to... 
    It is a medium size church withj an adjacent cemetery. There is a monument for soldiers died near by in the WWII. It has a wood made interior. It is a simple, cosy, and quiet place that invites to...  more »
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  • A beautiful Romanesque church in Giverny that although damaged in World War II and restored is quite interesting. The Monet family is buried in the adjacent cemetery as well as a British bomber crew shot down nearby during the war. Well worth the visit and just down the road from Monet's home.
  • I love old European churches. Whenever I get a chance, I visit them and light a candle and pray for my family and friends back home. And I'm not Catholic...

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