Plumergat is one of the primitive parishes of Brittany created around the 6th century, during the immigration of the Bretons from the Ile de Bretagne (present-day Great Britain) to Armorica (present-day Brittany). Christianity has left its mark on the town, which still has 11 churches and chapels. It is also nicknamed "the town with 3 steeples", in reference to the three religious buildings there. Dating from the 15th century, the Trinity Chapel is a fine example of the flamboyant style. Its drips and sand pits abound in sculptures with various patterns: animals, sometimes in strange poses or playing the bagpipes, fantastic characters and monsters ... Also to discover in the village: - The Saint-Thuriau church which preserves arcades and Romanesque capitals. - The only stele in Brittany to bear inscriptions in the Gallic language, dated from the 1st century. Open from July 6 to September 20, 2020, daily from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Reception on Tuesday from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. from July 7 to September 15, 2020.
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