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The Pointe de Corsen is the westernmost point of continental France, located west of Brest in the Plouarzel Commune, Finistère, Brittany. The nearest village is Ruscumunoc. 
A CROSS sea monitoring site is located at the point. Pointe de Corsen is located at 48°24′52″N 4°47′40″W 
31m above sea-level, it marks the theoretical boundary between the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, and offers a wide view of the Chenal du Four. Near the point you'll find Trézien lighthouse, unusual for its location, which is nearly 1km inland, offering spectacular views over the Finistère coastline. 
http://www.finisterebrittany.com/discover/cliffs-and-coastal-points 
https://www.hiddeneurope.co.uk/finistere-land-of-a-thousand-chapels
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