Nonvilliers-Grandhoux is a small French village, located in the Eure-et-Loir and the Central Region. Its inhabitants are called Nonvillois and Nonvilloises.
The municipality covers 21.6 km ² and 404 residents since the last census from 2007. With a density of 18.7 inhabitants per km ², Nonvilliers-Grandhoux had a net increase of 27.8% of its population by 1999.
Surrounded by the common Châtelliers-Notre-Dame, Saint-Eman and chores-the-YYS, Nonvilliers-Grandhoux is located 24 km south west of Luce's largest city nearby.
Located at 208 meters, the village of Nonvilliers-Grandhoux's geographical coordinates Latitude: 48 ° 20 '33''North - Longitude: 1 ° 10' 20''East.
The town is near the Parc Naturel Régional du Perche at 10 km.
Church of St. Anastasius Nonvilliers:
The village of Nonvilliers was one of six castellanies under the lords of Nogent-le-Rotrou, you can still see the vestiges of ancient feudal mound. The most interesting part of the church is the facade that has traces of the old bell tower wall probably removed in the sixteenth, we find the same traces in St Vincent and St Martin Grandhoux Cross of Perche.
The only antique furniture is a small pew dating from 1754. Statuary, also modern, offers little of interest except for a small crucifix. The sacristy contains many works of the eighteenth.
Enquiries +33 2 37 24 50 42.
Church of St. Vincent de Grandhoux: The municipality of Grandhoux was united to that of Nonvilliers by royal decree of February 15, 1836. The church was abandoned. As Nonvilliers, statuary has limited value. Note a large Santa Barbara supported before a turn. And a head appears at the window. The face of San Sebastian is disappointed to the point of being touched.
About Nonvilliers, on the road to the Bee YYS, is the firm gravel, a very special farm since representations are given as part of the show "Between Perche and Beauce," a sound and light where more a hundred actors and extras 24 tables trace the life of a farm of Perche.