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Here is Saint Julien chapel in Peillac, a small town in Morbihan, Brittany, on the road from Redon to Malestroit. It is lost among fields, probably the reason why it is often nicknamed the moors chapel. It was built in 18th century and was restored about 15 years ago. It is a nice example of the many small chapels you can see on teh whole territory of Brittany.

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