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City Hall


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Tips from locals

November 08, 2016
William the Conqueror is buried here and many English lords as well! It is a magnificent building and there are organ recitals held here as well as the daily church services and Sunday Mass.
February 15, 2014
Tomb of William ,duke of Normandy and King of England in 1066.
June 04, 2013
Abbey built by William the Conqueror in 12th century
August 20, 2019
L’Abbaye aux Hommes - Caen Voilà ce que coûta à Guillaume Le Conquérant son mariage avec Mathilde de Flandres, sa lointaine cousine. C’est pour se dédommager auprès de l’Église que le Duc de Normandie fit fonder en 1063 cette Abbaye aux Hommes, où son tombeau abrite aujourd’hui son fémur, ultime…
August 08, 2019
Magnifique endroit que ce soit intérieur ou extérieur accolé à la mairie de Caen.

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100 Rue de l'Ancienne Mairie
Caen, Lower Normandy 14 100
Phone02 31 30 42 81
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 1:00 PM