Église St-Pierre in Prétot-Sainte-Suzanne is a massive, old church in the form of a Latin cross with a square bell tower and gabled roof, typical of many churches in Normandy. The church as it exists now dates as far back as the 15th and 16th centuries although the nave dates to the 12th century. The low bell tower is placed above the transept. The nave is very long and is known for its round, stone pillars without capitals. However, the carved faces at the base of the vaults are really spectacular. I just loved all of the interesting faces. Several polychrome wood and stone statues from the 15th and 16th centuries are listed with the state as historical monuments. This is a statue of Ste-Barbe from the 16th century.Notice how the vault of the choir is lower than the rood screen. This is because the original wood ceiling was lowered in the mid 1800s during restorations and replaced with new stone arches.