Ruins of St. Bertin Abbey
1 Rue des Ruines Saint-Bertin, 62500 Saint-Omer, France
About Ruins of St. Bertin Abbey
These are the ruins of the abbey of Saint Bertin which collapsed due to a bombardment in 1943. It was a Benedictine abbey, but today in ruins and open to the public. It was dedicated to its second abbot, Saint Bertin. It has a lot of history to say and it will be a worth visit.
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