Calvario - From Enclos Paroissial de Lampaul-Guimillau, France
Calvario and Enclos Paroissial de Lampaul-Guimillau is a historic site located in the small Breton town of Lampaul-Guimiliau, France. The site consists of a 16th-century church, a magnificent calvary, and a few outhouses, all of which form a large, enclosed cemetery with various tombs, cream-colored granite crosses, statues, and more. The calvary has seven wooden steps leading up to a raised platform surrounded by sculptures and galleries. Take a moment to explore the church - it is full of priceless artifacts, including a beautifully carved baptismal font from the 18th century, a wooden statue of the Virgin Mary, and two stunning 17th-century tapestries. There are also stunning basalt tombs, which are believed to be the tombs of members of the aristocracy. The Enclos Paroissial de Lampaul-Guimillau is a wonderful blend of history and beauty, and it is a must-visit for anyone in the area.