SECANDA paper models for downloading


Late Middle Ages

11 models

Chapelle N.-D. de Penhors, en Pouldreuzic  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.5 version 2b updated

Our Lady of Penhors is the patron saint of the Bigoudens and this coastal chapel of Western Brittany is each year the location of the Great Pardon des Bigoudens (traditionnal Christian festivity, typical of Brittany). More information and Download...

Chapelle de la Madeleine de Penmarc'h  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 16.3 version 2b updated

Like many chapels dedicated to Mary Magdalene, this chapel from the Pays Bigouden, in western Brittany, was once associated with a leprosarium. More information and Download...

Chapelle St-Tremeur, au Guilvinec  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.3 version 2b updated

Coastal chapel from the Pays Bigouden in western Brittany. Like some other chapels in this area, it is devoid of western portal. More information and Download...

Chapelle St-Evy, en St-Jean-Trolimon  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.2 version 2b updated

Small chapel from the Pays Bigouden in western Brittany. Evidence of the ancient cults of the water, it was not built next to a fountain of devotion but on a fountain. More information and Download...

Chapelle St-Vio, en Tréguennec  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.1 version 2b updated

Small coastal chapel from the Pays Bigouden in western Brittany. It was built near a protohistoric stele that the tradition interprets as the "Boat of St-Vio". More information and Download...

Chapelle de la Tréminou, en Plomeur  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.8 version 2b updated

This beautiful chapel from the <i>Pays Bigouden</i> in western Brittany is an important place of the revolt of the <i>Bonnets rouges</i> during the 17th century in Britanny. The "« Code Paysan »" was proclaimed in front of the chapel, a kind of prelude to the French Revolution. More information and Download...

Église Saint-Boscat de Tréogat  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 23.1 version 1a

A beautiful church of the Pays Bigouden (SW of Brittany in France) from the beginning of the 14th century, partly in the style named "École de Pont-Croix" and largely built in prasinite. More information and Download...

Tronoën chapel and calvary  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 22.2 version 1a

This famous Breton chapel and its great calvary (the oldest in Brittany) date from the 15th century. The beauty of this chapel and its location in the dunes of the Pays Bigouden led to its being nicknamed the "Cathedral of the sands". More information and Download...

Ste-Mère-Église church "The D-Day church"  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 19.2 version 1a

This Gothic church has a great architectural interest that has nothing to do with its fame. It entered History when the American paratroopers jumped on Sainte-Mère-Église; this event was immortalized by the movie The longest day. More information and Download...

Tour Solidor (Solidor Tower)  [1:150]

ref.: Secanda 18.3 version 1a

This fortress was built in the 14th century by the duke of Brittany Jean IV, to control he estuary of the Rance river near St-Malo. It shelters now the Musée international du long-cours cap-hornier. More information and Download...

Église St-Melaine, d'Andouillé-Neuville  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.9 version 1a

The nave of this rural church was originally the former chapel of the castle, then it became later the parish church. The castle today disappeared. More information and Download...