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Le chêne des Hindrés à Brocéliande
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Ce superbe chêne (Quercus Petraea) de 600 ans se situe en forêt domaniale au nord-est de Paimpont.

Il mesure près de 23 mètres de hauteur et 5 mètres de circonférence.
Il semblerait que ce site fut le théâtre de nombreuses cérémonies druidiques lors des nuits d'équinoxe.

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This 600 years old beautiful oak (Quercus Petraea) lies in state forest north-east Paimpont.
It measures nearly 23 meters high and 5 meters in circumference.
It seems that this site was the scene of many druidic ceremonies during equinox nights.

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Tags: nature; forest; oak; tree; old and famous trees; brocéliande; bretagne; france
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