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According to Breton legend, the Valley of No Return in Tréhorenteuc, Brittany is where Morgaine-Le-Fey, King Arthur's half-sister, imprisoned faithless lovers, until Sir Lancelot finally freed them.
The Church of the Holy Grail lies on the edge of the forest of Brocéliande in Brittany, in an area reputed for witchcraft, next to Morgaine-Le-Fey’s Valley of No Return.
According to Breton legend, the tomb of the great magician Merlin lies in the forest of Brocéliande in Brittany, France.
The Château de Comper is an old castle with a picturesque lake and connections to Merlin, the Lady of the Lake, and Sir Lancelot who was raised there. It houses an exhibition of Brttany’s legends of King Arthur.
The Fountain of Barenton in Brittany, France is famously connected with Merlin and is renowned for its water’s alleged healing and rain-bringing properties. Lying deep in the forest of Brocéliande, it is a central element in Breton legend.
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