The Church of St Nicaise

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It was a wet and gloomy day on the Crozon Peninsula when we stopped to visit the Church of Saint-Nicaise in St Nic, built in the 16C-17C. Saint Nicaise  or Nicasius was a Bishop of Rheims who was killed by … Continued

Rainy day on the Crozon Peninsula

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Cold and rainy and misty but were ‘on holiday’ and so set off to explore on the Crozon Peninsula. The beaches at Trez Bellec and Porslous were atmospheric – wonderful. Overlooking this lonely spot was the Hotel du Roi d’Ys, which was … Continued

The Parish Enclosure of Argol

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The Church of Argol, The Church of St Pierre and St Paul, started building in 1575, with additions and reconstructions over the next nearly three centuries. This was only a brief visit which whetted my appetite to return again, alone, with … Continued

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