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Locuon, un site exceptionnel et unique

Heritage event ,  Guided tour in Ploërdut
  • Locuon, a small town in the north of the commune of Ploërdut, is exceptional in more ways than one. In particular, it houses the only granite quarry whose traces of ancient exploitation are still visible today; the extracted rock blocks having been used, among other things, to build the prestigious monuments of the Gallo-Roman town of Carhaix. It took no less than two guides to tell you the story of Locuon, explain the specific geology of this place, comment on the archaeological traces and...
    Locuon, a small town in the north of the commune of Ploërdut, is exceptional in more ways than one. In particular, it houses the only granite quarry whose traces of ancient exploitation are still visible today; the extracted rock blocks having been used, among other things, to build the prestigious monuments of the Gallo-Roman town of Carhaix. It took no less than two guides to tell you the story of Locuon, explain the specific geology of this place, comment on the archaeological traces and enlighten you on the persistence of the sacred in this place over more than 2,000 years…. The whole giving a particularly documented and lively visit! Meeting at 2.30 pm at the church of Locuon in Ploërdut Price: free Duration: 2h Reservation recommended on 02 97 23 23 23 Speakers: Nicole Coustet-Larroque and Joseph Le Guernic, ass. TPMN
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  • On July 22, 2022