The French island of Ouessant off the Atlantic coast of France, has designed and registered its own tartan to mark its Celtic heritage. Ouessant, known as Enez Eusa in Breton and Ushant in English, lies about 20 miles off the Breton peninsula, making it the most westerly inhabited territory in France. It shares Brittany’s Celtic culture and traditions.  Finistère Bretagne

The French island of Ouessant off the Atlantic coast of France, has designed and registered its own tartan to mark its Celtic heritage. Ouessant, known as Enez Eusa in Breton and Ushant in English, lies about 20 miles off the Breton peninsula, making it the most westerly inhabited territory in France. It shares Brittany’s Celtic culture and traditions. Finistère Bretagne

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