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The Church of Saint Christophe (11th Century) in Reuilly, listed on the Inventory of Historical Monuments, is a one of the single example of the architecture of rural sanctuaries early Duchy of Normandy (950-1050).
Its location behind the village, above a ravine and in the center of a natural area of great beauty, supports the hypothesis of the existence in this very place of worships prior to the Christendom.
Walls millstone in “fishbone” (opus spicatum) are the most representative example of early Romanesque architecture in Upper Normandy.
Inside you will find several statues of the15 and 16th centuries including a 2.65 m St Christophe.
In the cemetery, mausoleum contains the remains of General Amand Hautpoul, hero of the Napoleonic saga.
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