La Vallée des Saints - Carnoët

from Aug 8th 2017 to Dec 31st 2053
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Around 1500 years ago, priests and monks arrived from the UK.  In the village of Carnoët, sculptors created giant four-metre high granite statues of saints and placed them on a feudal mound with views stretching out as far as the Monts d'Arrée mountains.  In 2015, there were around fifty statues. Guided tours are organised every day, and in June and September, you can also see the sculptors at work.  Pets are welcome and there is disabled access.   There is a visitor’s centre which is closed for 2 hours each day for lunch.  Free admission

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