Fécamp Abbey is a Benedictine abbey in Normandy, northern France. It was founded in 658 by Waningus, a Merovingian count, for nuns
The abbey was the first producer of Bénédictine, a herbal liqueur, based on brandy.

Fécamp Abbey is a Benedictine abbey in Normandy, northern France. It was founded in 658 by Waningus, a Merovingian count, for nuns

The abbey was the first producer of Bénédictine, a herbal liqueur, based on brandy.