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Abbey de Daoulas, Brittany
(3.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • What to see is actually outdoors and free! Inside, past the boxes, there is only a cloister, a garden of simple (medicinal plants) and a fountain. No heritage and historical explanations. These architectural elements are here obviously as for decoration. The simple garden is larger than those usually visitable in most castles medieval but really not more handsome. Medicinal "explanations" are limited to only indicate the evils fought by such plant. It is polluted with "works of art" formed of intertwined rusted beams. There is another small garden very recently built but that currently resembles nothing and won't be presentable in maybe 5 years. Expo outdoor shots showed no interest (cultic practices in Venezuela I think), similarly to the inner expo on the white and black magic (tarot cards, Western charms,...) that we have largely flown over. €7 for it, I say no. Stay outside and visit the porch to the cemetery, the Church, the ossuary. It's, it's Brittany...
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  • The magic and witchcraft expo is nice to discover; smile, sometimes we're a little worried, but fortunately we are presented amulets to ward off bad luck! Excerpts from movies made me less interested. Outside, the garden of medicinal plants was not as nice as my other visits (the season can be), it seems to me that the trees are less numerous, but new spaces have been implemented (garden furniture...) Leaving the Abbey, pass in the small cemetery and Chapel (beams and wood carvings)
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  • You unfortunately will not be able to visit the Abbey but can nevertheless enjoy the huge garden of medicinal plants, which, besides being beautiful and well-kept, is also educational.
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  • Very interesting historical building, from the architectural point of view as history. Serves numerous exhibitions throughout the year.
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  • Do not consider this place as a single cloister with its garden of medicinal herbs (although this is very interesting). During our visit, respect us the stronger are the exhibitions. A photo exhibition in the garden, on the theme of marriage in all its States, its origins and its peculiarities. And also an original exhibition, created specially for Daoulas. Entitled "Small arrangements with love", it is dedicated to love and marriage, but it is far from conventional. Everything is done in a playful, colourful manner, with accessories and presentations that are out of the ordinary. The specificities of the marriage in some cultures, marriage for all dating sites. Everything is addressed to show love with a new look. I think this expo would interest me so much! In addition, what is nice is that everything the city plays the game and that in the various streets, we find panels with pictures related to the theme.
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  • Tourist trap there's nothing to visit do not come with children
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  • I adore the exhibitions very open on the monde.et gardens are beautiful.
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  • So relaxing
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