History of Ailly-sur-Noye in Picardy
Ailly-sur-Noye is a French commune located in the department of the Somme and Picardy. This town consists of three former municipalities namely Ailly-sur-Noye, Berny-sur-Noye and Merville-au-Bois. The year 1965 marks the administrative absorption of the town of Berny-sur-Noye and the Merville-au-Bois. The year 1466 punctuates the death of Jean de Luxembourg chamberlain of the Duke of Burgundy, bastard of St. Paul, husband of Jacqueline Trémoille.
Tourism and visits to Ailly-sur-Noye
The town has a magnificent religious monument as the Church of St. Martin ideal to learn about the history of the town. This building built in 1898 in neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic. As a replacement of the old building that had to be destroyed because of its age, the present church still preserves some of the old pieces of furniture that have been preserved including the tomb of John of Luxembourg and his wife Jacqueline of Trémoille. Burial, a triptych carved in bas-relief dating from the fifteenth century is classified a historical monument in 1862. Green region combines plateau and valley, plain and wood, Ailly-sur-Noye is the delight of fishermen and hikers. This green is also the theater of sound and light "the breath of the earth." This representation brings back more than two thousand years of history of Picardy and Gaul.
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Transfer from Ailly-sur-Noye to Paris airports
Ailly-sur-Noye is located at 16 km from Amiens and 99 kilometers from Paris. This destination is located 53 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 120 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 148 km from Orly airport.