Argol is a quaint, quiet and rather anonymous little village, which is mostly of interest to fans of Breton history and mythology. At its heart is the 16th-century parish close of Église St-Pierre et St-Paul, famed for its monumental archway, upon which seats a statue of King Gradlon on horseback. Just outside the wall of the church, look also for the newer statue of King Gradlon, star of many Breton folk tales. Legend has it that his daughter, Dahut, died in Argol.
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