“We didn’t really expect this,” says many people on their first visit to the Living Museum of old trades in Argol. Indeed it is alive and well this museum, thanks to the fifteen volunteers who animate the trades and activities of yesteryear, such as tailpiece, Vannier, carpenter, blacksmith, saboteur, and the crafts of the sea, as well as spinning, embroiderer, Weaver, among others.On Sunday, July 29th, instead of the wheel strapping originally planned, the Kouign-Amann can be seen. This baker pastry is a local specialty that has retained its Breton name, kouign meaning “bread-sweet” and Amann, “butter”. And after the demonstration, the tasting…

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