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Porz-Meur at Plougastel
The small port countryman wins. By a narrow road bordered by high banks, where no one crosses it crosses the tip of Brittany, before turning north. That is, past the cozy creperie housed in a hollow of the road, which falls at the end of the world. A pebble beach, a breakwater of stones, barks over the water.
And silence, against the gray town, drawn there, on the other side of the road: Brest, which we imagine the excitement without hearing any echo.
Porz-Meur is one of seven small ports of the Plougastel peninsula, famous for its strawberries. Hard to imagine, however, he was the most important port in the nineteenth century Plougastel. Today, after a long period simply to welcome the departure of pilgrims to St. Anne La Palud, the port Tinduff was dethroned.

Theme : Presqu'île de Crozon and Plougastel-Daoulas

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Additional Photos by Valerie Leconte (Leconte) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 716 W: 58 N: 1031] (5795)
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