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I dedicate this picture to Gilles Saunier (vbbreizh) who suggest me to visit this sacred place which belongs to the Parochial Enclosures, typical churches which exist only in Brittany.
A Parochial Enclosure is an architectural whole made up of a church, a martyrdom, an ossuary, a cemetery, a triumphal door.
A low wall surrounds and protects the sacred territory.
The enclosure of this city was set up at the 16th century dedicated to saint Thegonnec, Irish bishop disciple of Saint Guénole, who traversed the country at the 5th century.

If you spend your holidays in this area of Finistere do not hesitate to discover the circuit of these enclosures.

Stitch in 17 pictures, after a failure of a preceding attempt in six images.

My only regret: The famous crepery of this city was closed:(

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