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Fascinating visit

I am assured by guides at this museum that people lived in these homes with mud floors, poor... read more

Reviewed December 10, 2016
John P
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Melbourne, Australia
Peaceful rural experience

If you've had too much sun or the weather is dippy, this little valley offers a relaxing stroll... read more

Reviewed July 1, 2016
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10 Dec 2016
“Fascinating visit”
1 Jul 2016
“Peaceful rural experience”
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Moulins de Kerouat, 29450 Commana, France
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Reviewed October 28, 2015

The small village of mills and a tannery dating from the 17th century is a little gem. We were delighted to walk among the two watermills, the bake houses, the dwellings and the surrounding meadows. It is all well managed environmentally too. The small windmill...More

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Reviewed December 10, 2016

I am assured by guides at this museum that people lived in these homes with mud floors, poor sanitation, crowded conditions in the years after the Second World War. A visit here then helps us understand how quickly and by how much our lives have...More

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Reviewed July 1, 2016

If you've had too much sun or the weather is dippy, this little valley offers a relaxing stroll with added historical interest. The Moulins de Kerouat consists of a hamlet of traditional buildings, including a working water-mill, set in a peaceful valley. Some are furnished...More

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Reviewed October 28, 2015

The small village of mills and a tannery dating from the 17th century is a little gem. We were delighted to walk among the two watermills, the bake houses, the dwellings and the surrounding meadows. It is all well managed environmentally too. The small windmill...More

1  Thank Colin M
Reviewed May 21, 2015 via mobile

This eco-museum is a village which has been kept it the way it was many years ago. It tells the story of former Breton life in a fascinating and educational way. Very interesting exhibitions and demonstrations, and absolutely fascinating architecture and design, especially for anyone...More

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