- Cultural heritage
Cathedrals, churches and abbeys
Eglise Saint-Martin de Pendé
Rue de l'Eglise
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This building appears to date from the 15th or 16th century. One of the brackets on the roof structure depicts a woman playing bagpipes and wearing the same headdress as Anne of Brittany. There are two naves, the main one preceded by a tower and leading into a chancel. However the smaller nave or "side-aisle" is more interesting. It has a low, square tower and, like the rest of the church, is built of dressed chalk stone. Different elements of the church have been listed over the years: the font, some curious wood panelled stalls in the chancel, which came from the old abbey at Saint-Valery-sur-Somme.
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