Trinity Abbey (Abbey de la Trinite), Fecamp

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Trinity Abbey (Abbey de la Trinite) is best known as the first producer of Bénédictine, an herbal liqueur. Founded in the 11th century by the Duke of Normandy, the abbey was built using the distinct cream-colored stone of Caen. In the scriptorium, see the illuminated manuscripts the monks produced under the Plantagenet. Two Norman rulers from the 11th century were originally buried outside and later interred in the Gothic abbey church. You can still view their burial plots in the northern chapel. Plan to visit Trinity Abbey (Abbey de la Trinite) during your Fecamp vacation using our convenient Fecamp holiday maker tool.
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  • Absolutely stunning. A quiet escape during a busy day with a range of architecture and artistic expressions. Both Richard and Richard II are buried here for any fans of Vikings. 
    Absolutely stunning. A quiet escape during a busy day with a range of architecture and artistic expressions. Both Richard and Richard II are buried here for any fans of Vikings.  more »
  • a huge construction, going back to Richard Lionheart, and for some time the most important abbey until Mont St.Michel was built. 
    a huge construction, going back to Richard Lionheart, and for some time the most important abbey until Mont St.Michel was built.  more »
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  • Very beautiful and imposing abbey in the historic center of FÉCAMP. Beautiful on the outside (despite its sobriety/severity) and beautiful on the inside. Do not miss the tomb of the first dukes of Normandy. They rest here. Lots to discover/see inside
  • This cathedral impresses with its light-flooded lightness. She is in good condition and for me a highlight in Normandy. A visit is definitely worth it! In addition, here is the historical clock that even shows the level of the tide.

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