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Saint-Pierre and Saint-Jean-Baptiste church

(1737 ; bell-tower, porch, and three windows 1591)

Of an old building are preserved some elements, such the XVI century old porch, with its pediment supported by two pilasters. Their capitals carry a curious sculpture with heads to the large ears in the shape of spiral. This type of bell-tower, which shelters three bells here, is not rare in the churches of Penthièvre. One finds one of them, for example, in Saint-Allan-Plurien, formerly church of Pléneuf.

With the assistance of Internet site of the commune of Andel.

In complementary photographs :

- A sight of another angle
- The bell-tower

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(stitch of 3 photograph)

A very good Sunday to all.

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