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Our Lady Collegiate church in Vernon
A whole site dedicated to this monumeent (in English)
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Vernon half-timbered houses
A whole site about our numerous old houses (In French only, sorry !)
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Vernon Giverny Website auf deutsch

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The Old Mill in Vernon
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Monet's house and garden at Giverny
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The XIIth c. castle keep in Vernon
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Visits, indeed, but there are so many other things to do in Vernon
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Walking and cycling around Vernon
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Museums in Vernon (paintings by Monet) and Giverny
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A walk in the streets of Giverny
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The water lily pond at Giverny
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Tourelles castle in Vernon
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 What you will find in these pages..

The pages listed here  under "Vernon MORE (1)" and "Vernon MORE (2)"   as well those listed under  "Giverny MORE"  detail and present additional information, all kinds of topics, unusual, little-known or simply unexpected sides,  historical events or sights related with the town and surrounding places.

* Vernon MORE (1) provides complete, accurate and detailed historic and artyistic informatio about the places and monuments  you can visit In Vernon.  These pages are made  to complete the ones (see below) specifically devoted to tourism and quick visits.

 * Vernon MORE (2) touches on various aspects  of the city's history  wiht anecdotes, news in brief and historic papers written by local historians. 

 *Similarly, 'Giverny MORE' offers a dozen pages relative to  Claude Monet's personality and art, as well as the history of the village.

The pages more specifically devoted to tourism and visits can be found in the "VISIT Vernon" and "VISIT Giverny" section.

Here you will discover  the history of our region, either official history or its side-lights through anecdotes or more elaborate papers. These pages are defintely designed for quiet reading at home,  preferably  before  your visit in Vernon and Giverny so that you get  get the general atmosphere and background information to enjoy your stay.

Above : Claude Monet's house and garden
Left: the Seine in Vernon
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