Baker Abbey has a history of one hundred years, and the two tall towers are landmarks of the Catholic Church. From the outside, this sacred monastery feels that Europeans have a strong faith in Catholicism, and everywhere in the monastery, you can see saints in white clothes praying here.
Beautiful monastery, very quiet
Le Bec-Hellouin, the most beautiful village in France 1) 40 kilometers away from Rouen, is a picturesque and authentic Norman village with a population of 350. 2) St. Andrew’s Church originated from the founder of the Benedictine monastery in the eleventh century, a knight named Herulin. This monastery is one of less than 100 national monuments in France, and there is still a community of Benedictine monks today. 3) A street on the square is called Canterbury Street, named after Canterbury, England. Because several abbots of this monastery have become archbishops of Canterbury. 4) The influence of the monastery at that time was huge, which was largely attributed to the well-known monks here of Lan Frank (the former Archbishop of Canterbury), which attracted audiences from all over Europe (especially from England).