Photographer's Note

Built in the 15th, the chapel of Locmaria is believed to have been the chapel of a monastery of monks templar. Known as Notre-Dame de Pendréo (Our Lady of the Hooping Cough), it was where people came to pray to the Virgin for the health of children suffering from that illness, which was then life-threatening, before going to the miraculous fountain a few hundred yards away on another hill.
This building presents many architectural features typical of the Breton Renaissance (porches, crockets, pinnacles, etc...).
The mausoleum of Lady Mond (work of Yves Hémar, gone back to 1939) is in the enclosure of the chapel.

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