in 1999 :
Mairie de Tancoigné - Place de la Mairie - 49310 Tancoigné
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|Tancoigné during les Guerres de
the French Revolution, the Republican communities took down the
bells of the churches because the government wanted to get hold
of the precious metal. To avoid this fate, the inhabitants took
down the two bells one night and buried them next to the
village. Once the French Revolution had come to an end, the
bells were dug up and put back in their place in 1808.
gate overlooked by a bell tower characterizes the church of
Tancoigné, built in 1886. However, this church, of neogothic
style, remained unfinished due to a lack of means.
the capitals and the keystones are not sculpted.
milestone of Trois Evêchés (Bishoprics)
skeleton of a prehistoric man was discovered 31 December 1949, in
the rock quarry at the spot of "Les Gâts". It
is the skeleton of a Neolithic man that dates back to 3000
this skeleton is kept at the Université