Barely an hour east of Paris is the village of Crécy-la-Chapelle where many visitors come and go for the weekend. Crécy-la-Chapelle is visited mainly because of their age-tested churches. Eglise Saint-Georges de Crécy and Collégiale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption are churches where some parts were built as early as the 13th century. Other religious structures that you should also visit is the sculpture of Vierge à l'Enfant from the 14th century. Those who are interested in different types of architecture should also visit the Château de La Chapelle, Hôtel Grandjean de Lumière and the Mairie (town hall), all built during the 18th century. However, if you prefer to keep it simple, you can visit the Musée municipal where the structures' history and the culture of this village are carefully detailed.
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