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L'abbaye maritime de Beauport
France

L'Abbaye de Beauport demeure aujourd'hui l'un des plus importants ensembles d'architecture religieuse conservés en Bretagne, classé Monument Historique en 1862 suite à l'action de Prosper Mérimée. Fondée par le comte Alain de Goëlo en 1202, l'abbaye médiévale a succédé à un premier établissement monastique édifié sur l'île Saint-Riom dans la baie de Paimpol. Son nom BEAUPORT ou Bellus Portus dit bien son exceptionnelle dimension littorale : elle fut ainsi un centre d'accueil des pèlerins allant vers Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle et un centre de commerce et économie maritimes. Pendant 6 siècles, les chanoines ont construit et magnifié un domaine idéal, d'une architecture à la fois élégante et fonctionnelle, avec des jardins de roses, de figuiers, des vergers de pommiers à cidre, des prés salés et un port abrité. L'abbaye de Beauport a été acquise en 1993 par le Conservatoire de l'espace littoral et des rivages lacustres qui, voulant préserver son environnement littoral (roselière, ancien havre, digues et massif forestier) a également relevé le défi d'un combat pour la réhabilitation et la restauration du monument.

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Taken: 06/06/2013
Uploaded: 14/03/2014
Updated: 06/01/2019
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Tags: architecture; abbey; beauport; paimpol; bretagne; france
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