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Manoir de Kerbiquet

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Castle Facts:

Location: Gourin, in the Cotes-d-Armor departement of France (bretagne Region).
Built: 16th century.
Condition: --.
Ownership / Access: --.
Notes: The manor of Kerbiquet is located in Gourin, at the place Kerbiquet. It has preserved a beautiful gallery with stone arches and a well inscribed as historical monuments by decree of 20 March 1934.The current manor house was built between 1564 and 1580 by Louis Guégant, royal prosecutor of Gourin, as indicated by an inscription in the middle of Breton on the facade with date 1580. In French the translation is: "To their friends without fault and To their posterity is dedicated this house made by Louis Guégant and Catherine Glévédé ". The seigneury of Kerbiquet belonged to the Guégant family from 1445 to 1663. It passed to François du Fresnay, Baron du Faouët, by his marriage to Jacquette-Marie Guégant, the sole heiress of the Chevalier Claude Guégant. In 1754, the manor became the property of Jean Joseph Euzennou of Kersalaün.

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