Brittany’s giant statues twinned with Easter Island

The hillside Vallée des Saints has more than 130 monumental sculptures

Brittany's Vallée des Saints with its 130 immense granite statues has twinned with Easter Island, home of the monumental moai sculptures, some of which have stared out over the Pacific Ocean for almost 1,000 years.

The twinning ceremony was held as 18 new statues were inaugurated on the site at Carnöet in Côtes d’Armor and will be marked next year when Easter Island sculptors visit to create one of their giant moai ...

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