Tournai sur dive

Description

tournai sur dive, French city Department of orne with 14 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 14 elements for heritage tournai sur dive. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 19 localities (Place called, location known as) in Tournai sur dive : le bourg ; la chapelle ; la garenne ; le clos du moulin ; le prieure ; magny ; point du jour ; saint benoit ; la fromagerie ; les courtillages ; le telegraphe ; le diguet ; les chemins ; le juget ; la ferme des thes ; miguillaume ; montmilcent ; pressigny ; tertu.

listed building (classified and protected) in Tournai sur dive

Monument in Tournai sur dive, Tournai sur dive has 1 building protected. Include :

  1. Menhir dit la Pierre au Bordeu official reference : PA00110961
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Statistics for Tournai sur dive

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 61160
Insee code : 61490
Longitude : 0.013800
Latitude : 48.847156
Total population : 299 people
place called : 19
place : 2
route : 1
st : 9

Chapel Saint-Clair, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 1
Chapel raised by Robert of tournai in 1210; demolished in 1706; Statue of St. Clair moved to the parish church; object of a pilgrimage; last remnant, the (...) Chapel Saint-Clair, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Menhir, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 10
« Menhir » is a construction of the city of Tournai sur dive (France, Orne). Menhir, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Menhir told stone the Bordèu, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 11
« Menhir told stone the Bordèu » is a construction of the city of Tournai sur dive (France, Orne). Menhir told stone the Bordèu, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Mill, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 12
Set of two so-called Mills mill (D1 186) top and bottom (D1 117) mill high in the 17th century. subject in 1725 to a trial between the owners (Creek plans); (...) Mill, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Priory of Benedictine Saint-Pater, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 13
Priory subservient by Richard II Duke of Normandy (996, 1027) given in 1143 in La-Croix-Saint-Leufroy Abbey (Eure). Chapel founded by Robert, Canon of Saint-Bar (...) Priory of Benedictine Saint-Pater, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Telegraph Tower, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 14
Chappe Telegraph Tower high in 1797 belonging to the Brest line. Related posts: Bailleul and the (...) Telegraph Tower, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Sainte-Anne Chapel, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 2
Chapel described in 1850 as having 3 aisles and a Bell Tower comb; transformed into a House, remains described in 1930, remains opus spicatum 11th century; is (...) Sainte-Anne Chapel, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Cross cross of Malta, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 3
Only cross 17th century remaining four crosses marking the boundaries of the exemption of Villedieu and serving as a boundary. located on the roads D'occagnes (...) Cross cross of Malta, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Church parish Saint-Paterne, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 4
Diocese of Sées, patronage of the Abbey of La Croix-Saint-Leufroy (Eure). Church built in the 11th century (remains of ornamental bracket cornice). Destroyed (...) Church parish Saint-Paterne, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Charleval farm, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 5
Farm part of the domain of Tournai attested in the 15th century as me to the fief of Charleval; Logis 15th century; Parties agricultural 17th century; (...) Charleval farm, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 6
764 inhabitants in 1806 (approximately 130 households); village destroyed in large part in 1944; houses, farms 18th, 19th (...) Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Manoir de Pressigny, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 7
Pressigny mansion high in the 17th century certified as eighth of fief of Hanna owned in 1674 n. the Barquet; destroyed on cadastre 1828 corner (...) Manoir de Pressigny, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Manoir de la Croix, said firm of the Priory, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 8
Manor of the prior of the Abbey of la croix-Saint-Leufroy (Eure); Gate (passage body) dated 1595; destroyed in 1944, known by description and illustrated (...) Manoir de la Croix, said firm of the Priory, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive

Manors, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive 9
Manoir de la croix dated 1595, studied; Manoir de Magny, remains 16th century, rebuilt 19th century; Manoir de Pressigny 17th century, studied; Manor Court (...) Manors, French Heritage monument to Tournai sur dive