HistoryIn 1190, Romescamps was called Romiscans. The commune of Abancourt is attached to Romescamps between 1791 to 1823. Following the First World War, Romescamps receives the Military Cross 1914-1918.
Places and monumentsRomescamps counts a parish church, Saint-Jean-Baptist, dating from the 13th century whose lectern and baptismal font are indexed with the historic buildings.
The city also counts a war memorial First World War, like several commemorative plaques inside and outside the church. The cemetery, located beside the church, comprises a military square of soldiers of the the Commonwealth died at the time of the second world war.
Personalities related to the commune
- Common of Oise
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