Cancale Oyster Beds Brittany - Stock image

Brittany - France, Cancale, Emerald Coast, Europe, France

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Upload date:September 30, 2013


'The fishing port of Cancale, at low tide, reveals the Oyster in the beds that are here, in the aEOyster Capital of Brittanyaa On the Emerald Coast of Brittany in the Ille-et-Vilaine department of Northern France, Cancale is close to Mont St Michel, Franceaas second most visited tourist destination, which can be seen in the distance . Here a red tractor waits before hauling away a trailer of harvested oysters.Cancale Oysters were found in the camps of the emperor Julius Caesar and were also taken daily to Versailles for the consumption of Louis XIV. They were even taken by Napoleon on a march to Moscow. Good copy space.'
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