This is a fascinating church with both architecture and history located at the mouth of the Seine between Honfleur and LeHavre.
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A most unusual sight, this church! The wooden roof looks like the hull of a ship, the entire church seems to be made of wood. The bell tower is separate because the structure would not hold the weight of the bells. It all merits a...More
This is one beautiful and very old church. The build is quite special, based on local knowledge (ship building). The church is very spacious, pleasant and still intimate. The feel to the church is really "old", you know this is a very old church. At...More
This wooden church must have taken some time and imagination to construct.A very interesting building place with many features to admire
St. Catherine's Church is an all wood church with a charming interior. The setting in Honfleur, a gorgeous little town of nine thousand, heightens the appeal of St. Catherine Church. We had limited access to the interior on the day of our visit from our...More
Quite place to gather your thoughts. Inside there were many candles lit for St Catherine of Lisieux who was only cannonised in 2006. Beautiful old church in the old part of Honfleur
Saint Catherine's is still in use with an active congregation, but the sanctuary design is stunningly timeless, unique and delightful. Given Honfleur life revolves around the sea, the building reflects this perfectly and it "feels" like you are inside a sailing vessel of old that...More
One of the three main Churches in Honfleur. I just love the style, from the outside, to the unique vaulted roof. The extention just mirrors the original building.