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Eglise Saint-Quémeau et enclos paroissial de Trédrez-Locquémeau

Historical sites and monuments, Calvary and parish nclosures, Church, Renaissance, Listed or registered (CNMHS) in Trédrez-Locquémeau
  • St Quémeau Church: built in the 16-17th century, the church is Flamboyant Gothic in style and has a Beaumanoir-inspired bell-tower and two radiating windows (re-used). On the south wall there are 2 gargoyles representing a lion and a monkey. The porch houses a 17th century polychrome Pieta.
    Inside there is an elaborate banner from the 17th century, a 16th century Christ in wood, statues of St. Quémeau and St.Quirio, and three altars with Baroque altarpieces (18th century). Don't miss the...
    St Quémeau Church: built in the 16-17th century, the church is Flamboyant Gothic in style and has a Beaumanoir-inspired bell-tower and two radiating windows (re-used). On the south wall there are 2 gargoyles representing a lion and a monkey. The porch houses a 17th century polychrome Pieta.
    Inside there is an elaborate banner from the 17th century, a 16th century Christ in wood, statues of St. Quémeau and St.Quirio, and three altars with Baroque altarpieces (18th century). Don't miss the decorated wall plates!
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