Photography by David Santiago Garcia / Aurora Photos

Two World War II memorials dot the rugged cliffs at Pointe-de Pen Hir, a stunning headland in Brittany, on France’s Crozon peninsula.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    Along with some well-known coastal World War II memorials, Brittany's savory cuisine has been enthusiastically chronicled by the Travel Channel's 'Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations.'

    I think some of his favorites were the oysters, sardines, cider — and an enticing range of spices for any dish.

    While the region's gastronomy is diverse, fresh seafood and shellfish are an appetizing focus, although one of my personal favorites is the Andouille, often accompanied with its characteristic cabbage, artichoke and potato. Delicious!

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