L'église Ste-Radegonde


Dedicated to St Radegund, this church was originally built in the 11th and 12th centuries, expanded in the 15th century and then greatly restored between 2008 and 2010. The church is most noteworthy for being the resting place of Claude Monet, whose tomb can be found to your right as you follow the path around the east side of the house of worship, before you reach the graveyard proper at the rear of the church.

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Nearby Giverny attractions

1. Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny

0.35 MILES

About 100m northwest of the Maison et Jardins de Claude Monet is the Giverny Museum of Impressionisms. It was set up in partnership with the Musée d’Orsay…

2. Bust of Claude Monet


Fans of the artist may want to visit this bust of Monet, sculpted by Daniel Goupil and gazing out over the fields.

3. Maison et Jardins de Claude Monet

0.52 MILES

Monet’s home for the last 43 years of his life is now a delightful house-museum. His pastel-pink house and Water Lily studio stand on the periphery of the…

4. Château Gaillard

12.38 MILES

Under Richard the Lionheart's command, Château Gaillard was built with unbelievable dispatch between 1196 and 1198, securing the western border of English…