The town of Landivisiau wasn’t very interesting nor was it a part of my tour except as a place for me to stop and find a restroom. Of note however was the parish church, l'église Saint-Thuriau which was built in the 1860s and replaces a church that was on the same site dating from 1554. The church still retains its south porch and tower from the 16th century. The building is quite interesting for its statues in the south porch of the twelve apostles (1554 – 1565) carved in a special granite from the region known as kersantite. Some of the statues carved alongside the columns depict local saints as well as the images of Adam and Eve as they eat from the Tree of Knowledge.