Fodor's Expert Review Ste-Catherine

Honfleur Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Soak up the seafaring atmosphere by strolling around the old harbor and paying a visit to the ravishing wooden church of Ste-Catherine, which dominates a tumbling square. The sanctuary and ramshackle belfry across the way—note the many touches of marine engineering in their architecture—were built by townspeople to show their gratitude for the departure of the English at the end of the Hundred Years' War, in 1453.

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Pl. Ste-Catherine
Honfleur, Normandy  14600, France


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