Things to see and do - Kernascléden
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Kernascléden Travel guide
Kernascléden : Michelin's recommendations
Located in the centre of the Pourlet region, this Breton village is primarily known for its magnificent church. Built by the Rohan family, it was consecrated in 1453. It is said that the same workers built the St Fiacre du Faoüet chapel thirty years later; angels are supposed to have carried the masons and their tools between the two sites. The word Ker certainly means “town” or “village”, while the rest appears to be derived from the name of a local lord.
Tourist attractions Kernascléden : Things to see and do
rue Rue des Rohan
This church is well worth a visit for the perfection of its detail, such as its finial-crowned pinnacles and the delicate tracery of its rose windows. The left portico is decorated with statues of the twelve apostles. The vaults and walls above the l..