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Report - Emir's House - Brittany - France

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by klok22, Jan 17, 2015.

  1. klok22

    klok22 28DL Full Member
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    Aug 19, 2014
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    During my last holidays in Brittany, my native earth, we organized an exploration evening with a couple of friends.
    Some of us heard about a house, in a remote village, called “Emir’s house†because of its unique architecture and, as rumors said, the house belongs to a rich Arabic man who made it built during the 20’s for a local woman who he fell in love.

    We easily found the house but the access was not as easy as we though, indeed in this little village everyone knows everyone and our new faces had been spotted very quickly by neighbors. So, after a quick spotting on google maps we choose to try another way less direct but really more funny.


    Once in the courtyard we saw the house was not completely abandoned, construction work had been started more or less recently, the house had been barricaded but we found an easy way to open the door, smoothly.

    Inside we found an interesting mix of Arabic/Breton style furniture.







    I was downstairs looking for an access to the cellar when I heard one of my mates calling us as if he had found something creepy…


    A wonderful hornet’s nest, fortunately was winter and its occupants were not really active.

    We finish the exploration by the cellar where a trapdoor attracted our attention.


    At bottom of the hole begins a little tunnel hardly passable, we didn’t try to go further considering that it was nothing more than a well or something like that, no real chance to find emir’s treasure ;).

    Thanks for looking !

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  2. Jinx

    Jinx 28DL Full Member
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    Dec 29, 2012
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    I almost died when that big photo appeared with the hornet's nest.

    *run awayyyy!*
  3. InAndOut

    InAndOut 28DL Full Member
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    Dec 5, 2008
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    Amazing looking house
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