Photographer's Note

I didn't still see anything of Pont-Croix on TE. Then I take advantage of to post a very short series on this small medieval city which I discovered with a Breton time of circumstance.
Pont-Croix is what is called today a "small city of character", which has a very rich architectural heritage. The nice city is located in Southern Finistere (Brittany), in limit of the Cape Sizun.
The sight is that of the old hearth with, on the right, the Collegial Notre-Dame-de-Roscudon which was built to the 13th century. The southern gate was added one year later. You can see it of face by looking at the WS.
The old streets around the church, all paved, are full with a discrete charm.
I did not have at that time a wide lens. What regret! You will appreciate by yourself with the next images on this church.
I benefit to make again a great wink to my friend Philippe. (I walk on its plat bands ; -))

I hope you will like.

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Additional Photos by Pierre BONA (chinchini) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1944 W: 407 N: 8017] (31529)
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