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Explore the relics of Abbaye Notre Dame de Déols

Benedictine abbey in Déols founded in 917 by Ebbes le Noble and among the biggest Roman churches in France. The Hundred Years’ War then the Wars of Religion caused the destruction of the abbey. Only one (42m high) of the Benedictine abbey’s (113m long) seven bell towers still stands. You can go up to the top of the bell tower for fabulous views of the town. A 3D terminal at the Tourist Information Kiosk depicts the abbey as it was in its heyday.

 

 

 

Eglise Saint Étienne

Athe church has Roman façade, 16th century bell tower, 12th century nave and two 4th century crypts containing the beautifully carved tombs (depicting hunting scenes) of Saint Léocade and Saint Ludre.

Porte de l’Horloge and Porte du Pont Perrin

Porte de l’Horloge’s two towers and machicolation and Porte du Pont Perrin gates are relics of the city wall.

Contact
Address :
Mairie de Déols - 2 avenue du Général de Gaulle
36130 Déols

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Tel: 02.54.34.19.14
communication@ville-deols.fr
www.ville-deols.fr
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