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Cimetery and church of Auvers


The church Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Auvers on Oise was based in the XIè century and mixes the styles late and Gothic novel.

Having crossed the centuries without damage, she was classified in conformance with historic monuments in 1856 and in 1915. If she welcomes numerous international tourists, it is above all thanks to Van Gogh's picture representing her. The cemetery is of classic appearance, as many rural cemeteries of France, in the middle of fields. But rest in reality many personalities there, known for the whole world and sometimes forgotten. The visitors will find the graves of the brothers Vincent and Théo Van Gogh, but also the other artists as Emile Boggio, Léonide Bourges, Douglas Jones, Norbert Geoneutte and many others there. Nearby: green Avenue London-Paris, the Edges of the Oise, Buckles her of Auvers on Oise on Van Gogh's tracks and Pissarro, the valley of Sausseron.


Du 01-01-2018 au 31-12-2018 de 9h30 à 19h