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This is the wild coast, Côte Sauvage, on the west side of the Quiberon peninsula.

You can see the view from the road here if you drag the yellow man to the red marker. There you can see a memorial stone between the road and the sea.

I have added a workshop picture of this stone. Apparently two young men, Michel Pohin and André Robet died here, in an accident on March 17, 1979. Theye were apparently involved in some rescue operation, but unfortunately I can´t see all details of the text.

Update: Stephen Nunney has provided a link about this tragic event.

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Additional Photos by Gunnar Holmertz (saxo042) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3593 W: 209 N: 5733] (37054)
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