Troarn Abbey

Local nameAbbaye Saint-Martin
LocationTroarn, France

Troarn Abbey was a Benedictine abbey in the French town of Troarn, now in the Calvados department of Lower Normandy. It was dedicated to Martin of Tours and founded by Roger I of Montgomery using twelve monks from Fécamp Abbey in 1022, as a satellite of that house. Around 1050 Roger II of Montgommery replaced this establishment with an independent Benedictine monastery. Its first church was dedicated in 1059.

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Address Rue de l'Abbaye, Troarn 14670, France

Coordinates 49°10'53.612" N -0°10'39.068" E

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