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Sainte-Barbe chapel, in Roscoff, dedicated to Sainte-Barbe, which was invoked against sudden death and accidents. The chapel was built in 1619. It stands on a small promontory, face to the sea, surrounded by tropical gardens and dominating the old port of Roscoff. The Johnies, Roscovites who were selling their red onions in south of England, used to salute the chapel on departure to England.
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