Rocquancourt (Calvados), church of St Martin
The church of Saint-Martin in Rocquancourt, which was built in the 12th century, was badly damaged during the conflicts of the Second World War. It was reconstructed during the sixties and only the tower which was also restored, also retains elements of the 12th century. The baptismal font of Rocquancourt, with that of Montebourg (Manche), constitutes one of the last two examples of this type of font in Normandy.
Rocquancourt (Calvados), church of St Martin : lapidary fragments