is a French
town in upper Normandy
in the Eure département
. It has about 19000 inhabitants. Its church, Notre Dame
, has parts which date from the 13th Century.
It is also well known for its Musée des décors de Théâtre, d'Opéra et de Cinéma (Fondation Wakhévitch), after Georges Wakhevitch (1907-1984) who lived nearby. The composer Maurice Duruflé was born in Louviers.
Louviers is 100 km from Paris and 30 km from Rouen, and is at
longitude 01° 09' 59" East and latitude 49° 12' 58" North.