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Quimper Cathedral is dedicated to him. In iconography, Corentin's attribute is a fish. This refers to the legend that Corentin made daily use of a miraculous fish near his hermitage; Corentin would nourish himself by cutting a piece of this fish, which would then regrow its missing parts. He is also known in Cornwall where the church of Cury is dedicated to him.