The Pavillon de la Bretagne was built partly on the roof of the state railway, partly on the lower part of the quay.
A decorative column, a real sculpted menhir, marked the main entrance on the Quai d'Orsay.
On each side, a double step gave access to the entrance porch.
The pavilion had three floors:
On the lower floor, at the level of the riverbank, you could taste products from the soil and the sea.
The middle floor was reserved for handicraft production: furniture, embroidery, lace, pottery, basketry;
The upper floor was dedicated to the synthetic presentation of the various branches of Breton activity.
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