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Author 'Fanfan' (Id 100252 ) : Breton Calvary is a history of stones and fine knowledge of men. EC Calvary is Guéhenno near Plumelec in Morbihan. Morbihan has no chance. His only major ordeal, built in 1550, was broken in terror by the soldiers of the republican army. Piously, parishioners of Guéhénno collected the pieces. Sixty years later in 1853 assisted by his vicar, Father Jacquot in undertaking the restoration. And being done and stonemason, including running low reliefs and statue of the great prophets. Thus a curious column with instruments of passion and surmounted by a rooster. The result of this dual response to three centuries later does not lack charm.



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> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 21, 2009
The composition of this picture for us to discover these crosses is original and well done.
 
> Candy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 18, 2009
: 4: Hello and thank you for this postcard crosses Breton. They are all superb. I love! : 18:: 19:
 
> Nathea >Reply Nov 18, 2009
+: A fine idea, with a mixture of crosses and styles, an interesting topic, I want you to retention because it is the idea: 18:.

-:Maybe too many cliches? Or mixtures of colors too many??
 
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