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For a few days during the first week of October, the Chapel up the cliff in Fécamp was lit in pink for a breast-cancer campaign.

The building on the left is the semaphore, designed to help the navigation on the Channel.
it is also a very useful way to make quick weather forecasts. The lights at the top of the building turn on when the strenght of the wind will be of at least 5 on the Beaufort scale for the next hours.
Their colors can be white, red or green, and depending on the combinaison, it gives you the direction of the wind.

Coïncidence that evening, both buildings wore the same color.

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