A pond with Esse.
Theme of La nature sous le givre
Esse (Ezieg in Breton) is a French commune, located in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine and the Brittany region.
The town is known for its famous megalithic site, a covered walkway dolmen, traditionally called the Roche-aux-Fees. The community of communes belongs Esse bears that name today.
The village owes its name to the Gallic god Esus.
In the Middle Ages, the lords of Loroux were entitled to justice.
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