Yainville was an old property of the abbey of Jumièges, and has retained a small 11th century church which is very interesting. Its powerful tower, located between the nave and the apse, has a very fine composition. It has a square ground plan, and is supported by flat buttresses and decorated with blind arcatures, which on each side are topped by a fully arched window sectioned by a small column which on the north side has a twisted pattern.
- Musset, Lucien. - Normandie romane, t. II, p. 123. - Sainte-Marie de la Pierre-qui-Vire : Zodiaque, 1974