See also: Saint-Germain
Places and monuments
- Port Root, called the smallest wearing of France. Some boats are moored there by hawsers. Its name comes from the captain corsair François-Medard Racine (1774-1817), originating in Moitiers-in Allonne, which sheltered there under the Empire its Lougre the Ambush .
- Garden Jacques Prévert, created in the valley of the Mills for the 10 years of died of the died poet with Omonville-the-Small, by Gerard Fusberti, former Parisian antique dealer of the Place of the Vosges. He asked the friends of Prévert to offer each one a tree (a maritime pine by Yves Montand, a Eucalyptus by Mouloudji, a whining pear tree by Serge Reggiani), which pushes in the middle of the poems and thoughts.
- Old windmill with the Hamlet of Danneville.
- Grassy the
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