April 30, 2022

Casual Charm

A collection of simple-ish but remarkably pleasing buildings I saw in Brittany.

Brittany's renowned tourist landmarks include huge chateaus and cathedrals; however, many structures that won my heart didn't claim to be any point of interest. They were elegant houses with a human-sized scale, complementing the picturesque countryside.

 Eiffel House, Ploumanach

Phare Du Milier from 1881

Moulin de Keriolet

It wasn't just these solitary ones; the situation repeated in urban areas too.

I was constantly blown away by the charismatic streets I came across by chance.

Besides the residential houses, almost every tiny village has a captivating church or chapel, providing bonus surprises while I travelled through the region.

Chapelle Sainte-Marie du Ménez Hom with sculpted calvary.

Inside and out.

Chapelle Sainte-Anne-la-Palud

Tower of Saint-Herlé de Ploaré Church


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Published by: Jakub Stepanovic in Collections

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