Photographer's Note

Built between the sixteenth and the eighteenth century on the foundations, it seems, a fifth-century Hermitage, the Church of St. Méaugon dominates, on a rocky outcrop, withholding water gouet. Its location makes the church one of the most remarkable monuments of the region Brieuc. Altered over the centuries, lightning was heavily damaged in the middle of the nineteenth century. In 1880, the first major restoration was undertaken in response to a subscription. The Church Council at the time preferred to reconstruction, consolidation of masonry, carpentry, roof repairs and construction of a large arrow. For some repairs, including the tower, have helped the church through the years.

Not far away is the fountain of Saint-Blaise that you will see an additional picture and which dates from the sixteenth century.

A very good Sunday to all, and a good Day to all moms, starting with mine...

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Additional Photos by Jean Charles GUEGAN (JCG) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5328 W: 737 N: 9440] (35153)
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