Built in the middle of two arms of the river Risle, Pont-Audemer, often nicknamed "the Norman Venice", is full of treasures. Saint Ouen's Church, built between the 11th and the 13th century, is undoubtedly one of them. Its imposing architecture takes centre stage in the heart of the town. And yet, it was left incomplete in the 15th century for lack of money. The 13 chapels are lit by stained-glass windows from the 15th and 16th centuries as well as some made by Max Ingrand in the 1960s. Take time to admire the 17th century organ case and its tribune decorated with carved panels.
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