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Culture and Sights

There is a school with a public library in Main Street. St. Monica's Church is a wooden Roman Catholic church with a small flèche instead of a spire. It is opposite the Town Hall on Main Street. A War Memorial with colourful models of ships and lighthouses was erected in Main Street as well. The Wild Berry Economusée on route 436 is the world's only museum dedicated to the interpretation of wild berries.

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