Inhabitants of Pluvigner, Bretagne 19th c.

Pluvigner, Bretagne, Traditional costumes, France

Inhabitants of Pluvigner, Bretagne

Inhabitants of Pluvigner, Bretagne 19th century.

Pluvigner (Pleuwigner in Breton) is a French commune of the department of Morbihan, located in the Bretagne region. It belongs to the arrondissement of Lorient and is the administrative seat (chief lieu) of the canton of Pluvigner.

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