Pointe de Lostmarc´h mit keltischem Schutzwall

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  • Annette

    In front of the village of Losrtmarc'h is a small cliff, which dates back to 500 BC. was used as a refuge by the Celts, The remains of two protective walls can still be seen (Figure 8). From there you have a beautiful view of the beach La Palue and in the direction of the village you can see a big menhir. The sign for the reconstruction of the Fliehburg is attached to the remains of a shelter for customs officers from the 18th century, which initially confused me a bit.

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    • June 2, 2019

  • Annette

    The point can be reached via the coastal trail Gr.34

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    • June 2, 2019

  • Florian

    Here you can imagine a small fortified village well

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    • August 9, 2019

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Location: Crozon, Châteaulin, Finistère, France

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  • Elevation80 m

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