Perched on the highest point of the Gulf of Morbihan (24 meters), the cairn of Gavrinis (Gavriniz in Breton), alone on its island, rests from its long journey through time. Neolithic monument, its age is estimated at 6,000 years. This pile of stone, the cairn, covers a tumulus made up of 27 stones placed vertically. On the walls of the inner path of the tumulus, almost every stone bears engravings, some of which are marvelous and very fascinating. My job was for 6 months to vectorize these mysterious shapes to reveal their beauty. Have a good trip.


Cartes postales Gavrinis 2 -

Affiches A4 - - gavrinis
Affiches A3 - - gavrinis
Affiches B2 - - gavrinis
Porte-clefs - - gavrinis
Key holders
Cartes postales - - gavrinis


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What does the Cairn of Gavrinis represent?

ans d’histoire
years buried
year of re discovery
years older than STONEHENGE
mysterious engravings

Un peu d’hiStoire

about Gavrinis

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carte postale Golfe du Morbihan - - gavrinis