The Martin Manor - The ancestral farmhouse and estate belonging to Antoinette and Madeleine.
The shrine - This is the original holy place to a saint, possibly the Virgin Mary, and is taken down during the war years.
The clearing - The shrine is located here in the woods behind the Martin estate.
The green scarf - This is a birthday present from Léonie and Thérèse to Victorine who wears it often and is used as a makeshift altar covering during the ceremony in the woods.
The red shoe - In the photograph on the mantelpiece, Antoinette wears these when she is a young woman before the war and finds one of them behind a barrel.
The back bedroom - This is accessible by the back stairs of the house and is where Henri Taillé and the captured Jewish family spend their last night alive.
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