The parish church Saint-Méen was built by Alfred-Louis Frangeul between 1876 and 1886 on part of the park of the old manor Bellevue. The work was followed by the company of Jean-Marie Huchet. Burned on September 2, 1906, it is restored the following year by Arthur Regnault who remakes the roof. The tower was built in 1931-1932 by Mr. Brunet (son). The neo-Gothic style of the 13th century is fairly representative of the work of Alfred-Louis Frangeul, whose architectural architectural production was particularly prolific in the north of the department.
Monday 9h30-12h00 / 15h00-17h00
Tuesday / Wednesday 9.30-11.30 / 15.00-17.00
Thursday 3 pm-5pm
Friday / Saturday 9.30-11.30am
Thursday 6 pm
January 1, 2020
January 5, 2020
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- From January 1, 2020 until January 5, 2020
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