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ANCRES MARINES

LA PLAINE-SUR-MER - 44
Without knowing its history, there are still many inhabitants who think that it is an anchor of the "Juste", a vessel which had found refuge in the Loire Estuary during the battle of the Cardinals in the 1750s or it ran aground and sank, its wreck was spotted in 1969 during the deepening of the channel of Saint Nazaire, south of the Pointe de Chemoulin. The anchor was simply taken out of the water in the 1980s off Pointe St Gildas by two plain fishermen, Gaston Rialland and Michel Lebond who were fed up with damaging their fishing net, it was recovered in 1984 by the municipality of Plaine sur Mer, with another specimen found at Tara. You will be able to see the first anchor Boulevard des Nations Unies and the second at the Tara.
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ANCRES MARINES

Boulevard des Nations Unies
44770, LA PLAINE-SUR-MER
France
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