Bolleville

Description

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

There are 1 localitie (Place called, location known as) in Bolleville : autoroute 29.

No listed building in Bolleville

Places of Culture

Librarie bolleville, bolleville has 1 Librarie :

  • bibliotheque municipale armand salacrou (square du general leclerc 76210 bolleville)

Cinema de bolleville, bolleville has 1 cinema :

  • le xenon (60 rue guillet, 76210 bolleville)

Statistics for Bolleville

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 76210
Insee code : 76115
Longitude : 0.498097
Latitude : 49.591121
Total population : 512 people
place called : 1
path : 7
dead : 5
route : 9
st : 5
path : 1

House, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 9
« House » is a construction of the city of Bolleville (France, Seine maritime). House, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

General information, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 8
First mentioned in 1025 Bolleville under the name of Bullevilla, from Guillerville in 1187 under the name of Gillarvilla. The present municipality consists of (...) General information, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Model farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 7
« Model farm » is a construction of the city of Bolleville (France, Seine maritime). Model farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 6
The logis is timber covered in Slate. Dependencies are in pan de bois, Pisa with weatherboarding boards, covered in thatch. The stables are in Flint and brick. (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 5
« Farm » is a construction of the city of Bolleville (France, Seine maritime). Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 4
The logis is timber covered in Slate. Dependencies are in pan de bois, Pisa with weatherboarding boards, covered in thatch. The stables are in Flint and brick. (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 3
The farm was built in the 2nd half of the 18th century. Thatched blankets, reported in 1971, have been replaced by slate. (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Epremesnil Castle, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 2
The name Epremesnil Castle rests on no former toponym. It is actually the castle of Bolleville, whose stronghold is attested in 1180, owned by Roger de (...) Epremesnil Castle, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Parish St. Peter and St. Paul Church, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 14
The choir and the sacristy are seats alternating brick and Flint. The nave is calcareous stone. The porch Tower is brick Foundation with limestone. The parish (...) Parish St. Peter and St. Paul Church, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Parish Church Saint-Léger, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 13
In 1187, is mentioned the priest Richard de Guillerville. The parish church was destroyed in 1825. The cemetery was insane in 1834. (...) Parish Church Saint-Léger, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 12
« Homes, Farms » is a construction of the city of Bolleville (France, Seine maritime). Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 11
« Homes, Farms » is a construction of the city of Bolleville (France, Seine maritime). Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Manor house, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 10
The Dovecote, barn and the first stable are brick with channels tapped limestone. The logis and the charretterie are in brick. The other stables are in seats (...) Manor house, French Heritage monument to Bolleville

Castle, French Heritage monument to Bolleville 1
Calmesnil Castle was built in the first half of the 18th century. The estate was bought in 1804 by Ranjan de Saint Aubin family who expanded the logis two (...) Castle, French Heritage monument to Bolleville