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L'arbre d'or à Brocéliande
France

L’Arbre d’Or est situé à l’entrée du Val sans Retour. Il a été implanté en ce lieu en 1991 suite à l’incendie qui a ravagé près de 500 hectares de la forêt en septembre 1990. Les crètes du Val sans Retour ont été particulièrement touchées. Cet incendie a énormément marqué les esprits des visiteurs mais aussi des habitants du secteur. L’association de sauvegarde du Val sans Retour a mis tous les moyens en oeuvre pour redonner une âme à cette zone sinistrée : reboisement et sensibilisation du public, mobilisation des acteurs locaux. Finalement, c’est l’installation de ce chataignier, doré à la feuille d’or qui matérialise leur action. Cet arbre, oeuvre de Francois Davin symbolise la fragilité de la forêt face au risque d’incendie, la renaissance de la nature ainsi que la bétise humaine qui est très souvent à l’origine des catastrophes naturelles.

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L'Arbre d'Or is located at the entrance to the Valley of No Return. It has been established in this place in 1991 following a fire that destroyed nearly 500 hectares of forest in September 1990. The ridges of the Valley of No Return have been particularly affected. This fire has meant a lot to the minds of visitors but also local residents. The Association for the Protection of the Valley of No Return has all the means implemented to give a soul to the disaster area: afforestation and public awareness, mobilization of local actors. Finally, it is the installation of this chestnut, gilded with gold leaf materializing their action. This tree, work by Francois Davin symbolizes the fragility of the forest at risk of fire, the rebirth of nature and human stupidity, which is very often the cause of natural disasters.

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Tags: nature; forest; trees; gold tree; broceliande forest; trehorenteuc; bretagne; france; sculpture
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