Pont-Aven is a small town built on the banks of the Aven River
is full of water mills powered by the river (there are as many as 14)
The small village owes its fame to the school of painters including Gauguin, who attended the late nineteenth century,
Pont-Aven is also famous for the production of biscuits, savory pastries, which were invented here
the tiny old town is full of shops and other typical Breton galettes
and art studios of the descendants of the School of Pont-Aven
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