Author 'Nicoledesplat' (Id 220531 ) : A lapse of the village of Poul-Fetan ('Le lavoir de la fontaine' in Breton) in Quistinic (Morbihan) has been completely renovated by a team of volunteers to bring it back to life.
The work lasted from 1979 to 1992.
During the 16th century, there were one or two farms.
In the 17th century, the close belonging to two families of rich peasants who rented to other, more modest.
In the 19th century, five families of owners live Poul-Fetan and share the 38 ha, a strong solidarity between the inhabitants could withstand a daily often harsh.
But little by little the peasants have left the countryside for the city and Poul-Fetan became ruins and despair.
Today, all the houses are visitable and in each of them you will discover a variety of activities that have been through these centuries.
The 1st plan 'Ar Gloan', home of the spinning/weaving and dyeing, behind the stable/barn where it shows you the making of butter to the former.