Église N.-D.-de-Locmaria

This Romanesque church on the banks of the Odet has three tombstones and, on the beam of glory, a robed Christ. In the garden of the former Benedictine priory, a gallery from the 1669 cloister and two 12C arches have been preserved.

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13 rue du Chan.-Moreau

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