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Logonna's Stone

Logonna's Stone
Logonna's Stone
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The stone of Logonna, also called stone of Roz, is very easily recognized by its reddish rings. It is an emblematic building stone of the Brest harbor. (Commentary on the exposed image © Julien Amic / Parc naturel régional d'Armorique) Pierre de Logonna, Pierre du Roz, microgranodiorite, on the ossuary of Saint-Thomas church, Landerneau, Geopark Armorique, Parc naturel régional d ' Armorique, Brittany, France. Image taken from the book "Discovery routes Geopark Armorique", Glénat editions.

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Keywords used by Julien Amic to describe this photograph:

Landerneau, armorique, Brittany, finistere, geopark, armorique geopark, regional natural park of armorique, stone, rock, geology, geopark, ossuary, pruning