In the beautiful town of Honfleur, France you will find Saint-Catherine's Church. This wooden church consists of two naves side-by-side. The first nave is the oldest part of the building, dating to the second half of the 15th century. The church bell-tower was built a good distance away, so that parishioners would not be burnt in case of a fire from lightning strikes. This is one of the very few old wooden churches in Europe, as most others have burnt down.