Left-right, the Semaphore, built 1862, the Vieille Tour or Old Tower, part of the Chapelle Saint-Pierre, where fires were lit to warn ships, and the Phare de Penmarc'h, commissioned 1835 at 40m high, seen from the breakwater at Saint-Pierre on the Pointe de Penmarc'h, Finistere, Brittany, France. Three small fishing ports developed in this area, but despite the building of a breakwater, sea access remained perilous. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Left-right, the Semaphore, built 1862, the Vieille Tour or Old Tower, part of the Chapelle Saint-Pierre, where fires were lit to warn ships, and the Phare de Penmarc'h, commissioned 1835 at 40m high, seen from the breakwater at Saint-Pierre on the Pointe de Penmarc'h, Finistere, Brittany, France. Three small fishing ports developed in this area, but despite the building of a breakwater, sea access remained perilous. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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