Ste.-Catherine Church

Ste.-Catherine Church

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Pl. Sainte-Catherine, Honfleur, 14600, France

Honfleur’s greatest surviving building, and its separate bell tower date back to the 15th century. The largest, most unusual wooden church in France, it was built by marine carpenters and its vaults resemble the interior of a ship’s hull.

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