The church of St. Radgund in Giverny is the largest church in the village of Giverny, and Monet's grave is nearby.
Out of Monet Garden. Keep walking along the path. You can see the church after all. It's not big. There is a cemetery in the back. It says Monet is buried here too. But it's not found.
About one kilometer away from Monet’s Garden, the town along the way is beautiful and quiet. The church is small, and there is a cemetery on the hillside behind. Monet and his family are also buried here. The tomb is not very conspicuous, only a small tombstone has his name written on it. Instead, the cemetery of other people is larger.
The Cathedral of St. Radgunde in the village of Giverny is the largest. The building is small, compact and spacey, and the style is solemn and sacred. Impressionist Master Monet is buried nearby.
The glise Sainte-Radegonde is located on Monet Street, the largest church in the village of Giverny. The villagers hold religious ceremonies, prayers, weddings and funerals. Monet's tomb is next to his wife's.
The hillside behind the church is a few cemeteries, the most prominent aim being a propeller from a 1944 World War II bomber in Giverny crash, the dead seven pilots were buried in the top cemetery. A circle around the cemetery, only to find Monet's grave.