History of the town of Angey in Normandy
Angey is a French commune located in the department of Manche and the Lower Normandy region. In 1793, the village was known under the name Angers. In 1801 the town took the name of Angey. This village is mainly agricultural. In the early twentieth century, the village has encountered strong growth. Thanks to the implementation of the Paris-Granville line. Indeed, its impact was felt 50 km around.
Tourism and visits Angey
The village is adorned Angey several monuments including St. Samson church. This building dates from the twelfth century. The font of the fortress have been the subject of a registration as a historic monument. They were built in the fourteenth century. These are Gothic. Granite is the material used for the construction of its funds. You will also have the satisfaction of seeing the Presbytery. This fortress was equipped with a chapel dating from the Romanesque period. This construction has suffered from the revolution. However, the choir has remained virtually intact. Baptistery, a jewel carved a lancet arch, is classified. Various wonders are also present in the village including Angey La Croix Saint-Samson. This jewel granite was erected in 1695. It is recorded as a historic monument. Other attractions attract many tourists in the small village of Angey namely hamlet Ferrerie and the hamlet of Fortécurie. Do not miss the Logis Angey. These date from the seventeenth century.
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Angey transfer to Paris airports
The small village of Angey is located 72 km from Rennes and 281 km from Paris. It is located 320 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 353 km from Orly Airport and 359 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.