Caen Men’s Monastery is an attached church. This monastery has a very long history. The initial history was 1066. It feels really good to visit here. It looks full of beauty. The monastery belongs to the Gothic architectural style and is a very good attraction. .
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The AbbayeauxHommes Men's Abbey is majestic and majestic, simple and vigorous, and is the most representative Roman style building in Normandy with the women's monastery. It belongs to the Benedictine Order and was built by William the Conqueror and his wife Matilda Mathilde de Flandre. William is buried in the abbey and its tower-shaped church Église Saint-Étienne. Opening hours 8:50-12:00, 14:00-19:30. Tickets for adults/students are € 2/1 (free on Sundays). It is a 30-minute walk from the train station.
The abbey church in Caen, Normandy, France, is now decommissioned. Built to be dedicated to Saint Stephen, the men’s monastery and the adjacent women’s monastery are regarded as the most representative Romanesque architecture in Normandy
This is a men's monastery facing the women's monastery far away. In the previous calendar, the monastery was very strict.