The Élorn (in Breton - Elorn, without the accent) is a 56 km long river in Brittany, France. Its source is in the monts d'Arrée, 1.5 km NNE of Le Tuchenn Kador, and it then runs through several small towns such as Sizun and Landivisiau before flowin…
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Plougastel-Daoulas (Breton: Plougastell-Daoulaz) is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France.
Latitude: 48° 22' 0.01" N
Longitude: -4° 22' 0.01" W
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Salle Marcel Cerdan is an indoor sporting arena located in Brest, France. The capacity of the arena is 2,000 people.
Rue Saint-Malo is a paved street in Brest, France. It is located in the Carpon valley, against the plateau des Capucins in the Recouvrance quarter.
The phare du Portzic is situated on the north-eastern extremity of the Goulet de Brest (Finistère, France) and is the nearest lighthouse to the town of Brest.
Gare de Landerneau is a railway station serving the town Landerneau, Finistère department, western France.
The fort du Mengant or fort du Léon in the commune of Plouzané is part of the defences of the roadstead of Brest.
Camaret Bay is a small bay on the north coast of Brittany, France.
The abbaye Saint-Mathieu-de-Fine-Terre is a Breton abbey, whose ruins are to be found in the territory of what is now the commune of Plougonvelin on pointe Saint-Mathieu (Beg Lokmazhe in Breton), in the département of Finistère. It gives the cape it…
Île de Térénez is a French islet inside the last bend of the river Aulne, on the territory of the commune of Rosnoën. Its highest point is 18m. Covered in woods, it is accessible by dry land at low tide and faces the Landévennec ship graveyard and L…
Tibidy (Latin - insula Thopopegya or insula Thopepigia) is a French islet at the mouth of the river Faou, at the bottom of the roadstead of Brest, on land belonging to the commune of L'Hôpital-Camfrout. Its highest point is 15m.
The Île d'Arun is an islet in the confluence of the rivers Aulne and Le Faou, at the base of the roadstead of Brest. It is located in the territory of the commune of Rosnoën in Finistère, France, and its highest point above sea level is 11m. Accessi…
The Île Ronde (literally Round Island) is a French islet 400 metres (0.25 mi) to the south west of Pointe de l’Armorique, in the roadstead of Brest, within the territory of the commune of Plougastel-Daoulas. Its highest point is 24 m.
Réservoir Saint-Michel is a lake in Finistère, France.
Roc'h Trevezel is the second peak of the Breton part of the Armorican Massif in the Monts d'Arrée. Just like the Signal of Toussaines, it reaches 384 metres (1,260 ft) in altitude.
Quélern is a hamlet in Roscanvel, in the department of Finistère (Brittany), in western France.
The Pont de l’Harteloire is a bridge in Brest, France. Upstream of the Pont de Recouvrance, it connects the two banks of the river Penfeld and overlooks the arsenal de Brest.
The Pont National was a swing bridge across the river Penfeld in Brest, France. It opened in 1861, linking rue de Siam to Recouvrance, near the Tour Tanguy. It was destroyed by Allied bombardment in 1944 and replaced by the Pont de Recouvrance in th…
The Pointe du Toulinguet is a promontory at the end of the Crozon peninsula in the commune of Camaret-sur-Mer in France.