Chapelle de Saint-Houarneau

The Chapel of St. Houarneau is a building located in the town of Bourbriac in the department of Côtes d'Armor in Brittany. There is a large rural chapel of the sixteenth century. It has a rectangular plan with a side chapel. Gateway, domed is lined grounds reminiscent of vegetation. The point of this brace is decorated with finely carved with a cross. Above, three small statues are placed on a stone. On the north side, a door lintel carved with a bow is under three other carved stones. The side chapel on the south side still has a fenestration to central mullion. Inside, the wooden roof is shaped like a flat cradle. The entire facade and roof of the chapel is the subject of a registration as a historic monument since September 14, 1964.

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