Eventually I started to drive around and take photos in some of the towns. Here is a list of articles and photogalleries.
- Aclou and Brétigny (Eure)
- Boisney, route nationale in front and narrow alleys lined with trees in the back.
- Brionne, a city in Normandy, in the valley of the river Risle.
- Broglie, a small city in Normandy, in the valley of the river Charentonne.
- Conches-en-Ouche picturesque and full of cars, south of Le Neubourg and west of Évreux.
- Évreux capital city of the département Eure.
- Harcourt and La-Neuville-du-Bosc, flowers and abandoned train stations.
- La Chapelle-Gauthier, home of the Gautiers.
- Le Theil-Nolent, tidy, labyrinthine and a bit spooky.
- Montfort-sur-Risle, a castle over the Risle valley.
- Saint-Cyr-de-Salerne, where the son in law of our neighbour lives.
- Saint-Georges-du-Vièvre sightseeing and shopping sheepfood.
- Saint-Philbert-sur-Risle, and its priory.
- Saint-Victor-d’Épine around the corner of my hometown.
- Castle Beaumesnil, the Norman Versailles. The baroque castle Beaumesnil was built from 1633 till 1640.
- Bec Abbey, home of Anselmus of Canterbury.
- The basilica Notre-Dame de la Couture in Bernay
- Museum Bernay
- Harcourt Castle (Normandy) The castle was built in the 12th to 14th century.
- The castle of Launay (Eure) on French heritage day.
- The church in Morsan on Heritage Days 2012
- The church of Pont-Authou
- the basilica of Lisieux and the castle of Saint-Germain-de-Livet
The Geographical Rest
- Amfreville-sous-les-Monts. The legend of the côte des Deux-Amants (precipice of the Two-Lovers) arose in the 12th century and became popular in the 19th century.
- The cemetery Sainte-Croix in Bernay, a quiet place on top of the city.
- Gisacum, a lost city.
- The rebus of Saint-Grégoire-du-Vièvre. Illuminati? Freemasons? Alchemists?