In June, the Chateau in Chateaubriant will open its doors to the public

Châteaubriant: At the Chateau, Guided Tours and Free Workshops in June

The National Days of Archaeology, which will take place on June 15th and 16th, 2019, will be the opportunity to (re) discover the heritage of Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique) for free. It would be a shame to deprive oneself of it. On Saturday 15 and Sunday, June 16, 2019, during the National Days of Archeology , the guided tours of Chateau […]

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An exceptional archaelogical site near Brest in Brittany

Near Brest, an Exceptional Archaeological Site

Objects more than 14 000 years ago were discovered in Plougastel-Daoulas (29). They are the oldest traces of art ever discovered in Britain, treasure trove for archaeologists. This is a (very) large stone, well known to climbers. In the wood Kerérault, Plougastel-Daoulas (Finistère), the Rock of the Empress recently gained international notoriety. It was there, […]

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Near Brest, a major archaeological discovery

Near Brest, a Major Archaeological Discovery

Scientists have uncovered the artistic traces of the Upper Paleolithic in Plougastel-Daoulas (Finistère). Besides being very rare in Europe, they are also the oldest of its kind in Brittany. “An exceptional archaeological value. “ Nearly four years since Nicolas Naudinot, research professor at the University Côte d’Azur CEPAM-CNRS, working on the site of the Empress […]

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