Gastronomy - Restaurants - Quai Hector Malot and place of the boat: The food does not lie bouillaise the saying that says "Who did Norman was greedy. Its reputation dates from the 16th century, when travelers arrived from all Lower Normandy care - the present Hotel Post is a former coaching inn - come sail to Rouen. Waiting for the start, connected with the tide and to hazards, they would be fed in hostels along the Seine.
Archangel Michael - 15th and 16th centuries - Wood - Place St. Michel: This statue is hanging on the side of a 15th century building, whose facade was redesigned in the 19th century. In 1639, the revolt of Go barefoot peasant uprising against the establishment of salt stores in Lower Normandy, inflames the province. Chancellor Seguier dispatched to Normandy to lead the crackdown, has its quarters at the Grand Hotel Saint Michel and sends many who say the edicts of Rouen: "The ill wind has La Bouille. The uprising was suppressed in 1640.
Sainte-Madeleine Church - 15th to 19th century - Pierre de Caumont - Square Boat: This building, Gothic style, stands on the site of an old chapel where they say, Louis and Blanche of Castile ninth would have come pilgrimage. The first stone church was laid in 1423 by Bishop Cut La Roche, Bishop of Rouen, in the presence of the Marquis of Prints, lord of La Bouille. Arthur I., Count of Brittany, ruled by the crown of England by his uncle, John Lackland, who was assassinated in 1203 - his body was found in La Bouille - would be buried there. Inside, the light falling from high windows plays on the white stone columns.
Attic salt - Pierre de Caumont - Rue du Colonel Perin: Under the Old Regime, the Normandy is one of the country with a great salt tax, which people are required to purchase a certain quantity of salt. The salt tax collectors to come La Bouille supplies to distribute the salt in the towns and villages of Normandy. The lofts are located on the coast: at Tréport, Saint-Valery, Quilleboeuf to Dieppedalle, etc.. The lower Seine, less taxed than the Loire, in fact provides all of northern France. The "attic tax" of La Bouille is one of the oldest in Normandy.
Hector Malot House - 18th century - Peter and brick - Quai Hector Malot: On May 29, 1830, Hector Malot, author of Without family, born in this house on the banks of the Seine. A few hours after his birth, a sailboat, while turning awkwardly, breaking the glass of the chamber of the newborn with its bowsprit. Boiled it as the harbinger of a destiny uncommon. The novelist will live in this house until the age of five years. The presence of the river, sailing ships, sailors stories told by his mother, widow of a master mariner died at St. Domingo, influence a child and give him a taste for travel.
Hector Malot Bust - 1866 - Sculptor: Chapu - Bronze - Square Hector Malot: In 1967 the bust of the child in the country, initially for the city of Rouen, is set in the small square facing to church.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
Greetings from the Mayor in January.
Pop-Orchestra Youth Symphony of CREA in January.
Bingo associations: in February.
Exhibition of Sculpture: late February-early March.
Exhibition of the Miniature and Model: late February.