The Abbey of Gravel is located on the north bank of the Le Havre River. It has a history of nearly a thousand years, and the history is very long. The monastery houses many famous paintings on religious themes, and the luxuriously decorated video screens are worth seeing.
The Gravel Monastery is located on the north bank of the Seine. It was built in the 11th century and has a history of more than 900 years. The monastery has witnessed the history of the rise and fall of Le Havre. The courtyard houses many famous paintings of religious themes. The luxurious decorative screen at the back of the altar is worth seeing.
The quaint and solemn AbbayedeGraville Monastery has a long history. Here witnessed the plunder of the Vikings, the cruelty of the Hundred Years' War between Britain and France, and the heroic age of the French Revolution. After World War II, the building was restored and the priest's choir was restored. After 1952, the monastery also opened a museum. It is a 30-minute walk from the train station.
The monastery was built quite quietly and the environment is very good.
The Vikings, the Hundred Years War, the French Revolution all left the scars here. After World War II, the monastery was restored to a certain degree, the architecture was restored, and the choir tradition was restored!