The Saint-Jean Church in Caen

front of Saint-Jean Church

inside the Saint-Jean Church

inside the Saint-Jean Church

inside the Saint-Jean Church

inside the Saint-Jean ChurchThe Saint-Jean Church in Caen was build between the 14th and 16th century in Gothic style. It was the only remaining building in the quarter of St Jean after a bombing in World War II. As you can see the main tower leans to the left, this is because the church was built on marshy ground.

Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

We are a family of 5 from Belgium. We love travelling and discovering new places in Europe. I hope we can inspire you for your holiday in Europe. Have a look at our destinations so far and feel free to ask any additional info of the places we visited.

3 comments:

women@business said...

amazing interior....what year did it built?

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The place is so great and i wonder too what year did it built.




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juka14 said...

Construction started at the end of the 14th century. I didn't find any exact date.