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NOTES ON FOUESNANT
Fouesnant is located on the southern coast of Brittany, on the mouth of a small river, thus explaining the origin of the name (Foën – “Brook in the valley” – in Breton).
It is famous for its cider and also known for its traditional headdress and costumes, which are still worn during festivals.
The church was built in the 12th century and modified in the next.
The War Memorial was designed by the Breton artist René Quivillic.
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