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Abbaye Collection

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Caen, France - Saint Etienne Church and Abbey

Caen, France - Saint Etienne Church and Abbey (Abbaye aux Hommes), semi-circular apse and high school. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Abbeville, France - Abbey of Saint Riquier

Abbeville, France - Abbey of Saint Riquier founded in 799 Date: circa 1850s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Festivities at the fashionable Abbaye de Theleme

Festivities at the fashionable Abbaye de Theleme
A representation of night-time festivities at the fashionable Abbaye de Theleme, famous night-time rendezvous in Montmartre, Paris. Pre World War 1 Date: 1910-1915

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Grand Restaurant in the fashionable Abbaye de Theleme

Grand Restaurant in the fashionable Abbaye de Theleme
An interior view of the Grand Restaurant in the fashionable Abbaye de Theleme, famous night-time rendezvous (cabaret, dancing and restaurant) in Montmartre, Paris, 1920s Date: 1920s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Abbaye de Theleme, famous night-time rendezvous, Montmartre

Abbaye de Theleme, famous night-time rendezvous, Montmartre
A representation of the Abbaye de Theleme, famous night-time rendezvous (cabaret, dancing and restaurant) in Montmartre, Paris, 1920s, at 1 Place Pigalle Date: 1920s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Suzanne de Bourbon

Suzanne de Bourbon
Susanne, Countess of Forez, Suzanne de Bourbon, 1491-1521. Only daughter of Pierre II de Beaujeu and Anne of France. Handcoloured lithograph after a stained-glass window in the Abbaye de Savigny

Background imageAbbaye Collection: La Bibliotheque du Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers is housed in the former refectory of

La Bibliotheque du Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers is housed in the former refectory of the Abbaye St Martin des Champs, Paris Date: circa 1860

Background imageAbbaye Collection: PRISON DE LABBAYE

PRISON DE LABBAYE
Prison de LAbbaye St Germain, Paris Date: 1829

Background imageAbbaye Collection: GARDES FRANCAISES FREED

GARDES FRANCAISES FREED
Those Gardes Francaises who refuse to fire on the crowd are arrested and imprisoned in the Abbaye St Germain: they are rescued by a mob of ten thousand Date: 30 June 1789

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Mont St Michel, Normandy, France

Mont St Michel, Normandy, France - The Apse of the Abbey dating from the 15th century Date: circa 1920s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Caen Abbaye D Ardennes tithe barn

Caen Abbaye D Ardennes tithe barn - black & white view of barn with horse and cart Date: circa 1890s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Caen, Abbaye D Ardennes

Caen, Abbaye D Ardennes - black & white view of Abbey Church Date: circa 1890s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Frances Ivens Scottish Womens Hospitals

Frances Ivens Scottish Womens Hospitals
Portrait of Frances Ivens (1870-1944), Chief Medical Officer of the Scottish Womens Hospitals unit at the Abbaye de Royaumont 1914-1919

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Scottish Womens Hospitals Royaumont

Scottish Womens Hospitals Royaumont
A fleet of ambulances outside the Abbaye de Royaumont, France, where the Scottish Womens Hospitals based their first unit in 1914. They worked with the French Red Cross. Date: circa 1914

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Caen, France - Trinity Church and Abbey

Caen, France - Trinity Church and Abbey (Abbaye aux Dames), seen from the port. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Normandy, France - Mont Saint Michel Abbey

Normandy, France - Mont Saint Michel Abbey
Normandy, France - interior of the guardroom of the Mont Saint Michel Abbey (Abbaye du Mont Saint-Michel) in the town of Mont Saint-Michel, located in Manche, Lower Normandy. circa 1910s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Bergues, France - the Saint Winoc Abbey

Bergues, France - the Saint Winoc Abbey
Bergues, France - the towers of the Abbaye Saint-Winoc (Saint Winoc Abbey), founded in 1022. The Abbey was destroyed during the French revolution

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Church of Saint-Etienne, Caen, Normandy, Northern France

Church of Saint-Etienne, Caen, Normandy, Northern France
The grammar school (left) and the Church of Saint-Etienne (old Abbaye des Hommes), Caen, Normandy, Northern France. The statue is of King Louis XIV dressed as a Roman emperor. Date: 1905

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Church of the Trinity, Caen, Normandy, Northern France

Church of the Trinity, Caen, Normandy, Northern France
Church of the Trinity (the old Abbaye des Dames), Caen, Normandy, Northern France. Date: 1905

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Salon of Mme Recamier

Salon of Mme Recamier
The chambre of Madame Recamier at l Abbaye aux Bois. Date: early 19th century

Background imageAbbaye Collection: King Henry II

King Henry II
Engraving of Henry IIs monument at Fontevrault l Abbaye in Anjou, France

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Church of St Stephen, Caen

Church of St Stephen, Caen
The Abbey of Saint-ɴ ienne (Saint Stephen), also known as the Abbaye aux Hommes, in Caen, Normandy, France. Built during the 11th Century, it was founded by William the Conqueror

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Paris, France - Abbaye Sainte-Magloire

Paris, France - Abbaye Sainte-Magloire. Date: 1865

Background imageAbbaye Collection: France Soissons

France Soissons
The abbaye de Saint-Crepain, at Soissons on the Aisne river in northern France. Date: late 18th century

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Abbaye De Livry

Abbaye De Livry
The abbaye Notre-Dame de Livry was founded in 1197 : among its notable visitors was madame de Sevigne, circa 1667. Date: circa 1800

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Guards Freed

Guards Freed
Guards who had been confined in the prison of l Abbaye for indiscipline are liberated by the people. Date: 30 June 1789

Background imageAbbaye Collection: The Kitchen / Smokehouse, Fontevrault Abbey, Chinon, France

The Kitchen / Smokehouse, Fontevrault Abbey, Chinon, France
The Kitchens / Salmon Smokehouse, Fontevrault Abbey, Near Chinon, Anjou, Loire Valley, France - pictured before restoration (before the chimneys were added back on)

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Abbaye de Saint-Denis - Memorial - King Francois II

Abbaye de Saint-Denis - Memorial - King Francois II
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis, Paris, France - Memorial to King Francis (Francois) II of France, who died aged only 18 in 1560 after reigning for only 18 months. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Abbaye de Cluny Bourgogne

Abbaye de Cluny Bourgogne
French travel poster for Abbaye de Cluny Bourgogne Date: circa 1950

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Mont Majour Abbey (i. e. Abbaye de Montmajour), Orange, Prov

Mont Majour Abbey (i. e. Abbaye de Montmajour), Orange, Prov
Mont Majour Abbey (i.e. Abbaye de Montmajour), Orange, Provence, France. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Australian Signals laying telephone cable, France, WW1

Australian Signals laying telephone cable, France, WW1
Australian Signals laying telephone cable near Eaucourt l Abbaye, northern France, during the First World War. Date: 1917

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Mont St Michel, Normandy, France (3 / 6)

Mont St Michel, Normandy, France (3 / 6)
Mont St Michel, Normandy, France - The Cloisters of the Abbey Date: circa 1930s

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Algiers - Grape Pressing by monks

Algiers - Grape Pressing by monks
Grape Pressing by monks at the Abbaye de Notre Dame de Staoueli - Algiers, Algeria

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Le Havre - Abbaye de Graville Ste Honorine

Le Havre - Abbaye de Graville Ste Honorine

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Revolutionary Tribunal

Revolutionary Tribunal
The Revolutionary Tribunal in the Abbaye prison, Paris, is a popular attraction : what fun, to see people sentenced to the guillotine !

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Citeaux, France

Citeaux, France
The abbaye de Citeaux is a Cistercian foundation near Beaune, in Burgundy. It was founded in 1098 by Robert de Molesme, who became a saint

Background imageAbbaye Collection: France Solesmes

France Solesmes
The Benedictine Abbaye de Saint-Pierre has been periodically closed by the authorities, but survives and flourishes as the revivers of Gregorian chant

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Prisoners Deported

Prisoners Deported
Political prisoners leave the Abbaye prison, Paris, for deportation to Algeria

Background imageAbbaye Collection: France / Caen Abbaye 1904

France / Caen Abbaye 1904
Caen: Abbaye aux Hommes (church of Saint-Etienne)

Background imageAbbaye Collection: Caen Abbaye Aux Dames

Caen Abbaye Aux Dames
L Abbaye aux Dames, Caen


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