Photographer's Note

The Architectural Heritage of Rennes is marked by the history of the city. Cities Ranked and Countries of Art and History, Rennes has more than eighty buildings or parts of buildings classified as historic monuments and buildings have many contemporaries.

Middle Age and Renaissance

Traditional houses with wood sides (studs) are colored located mainly along the Rue Saint-Sauveur, Saint-Georges, Saint-Malo, Saint-Guillaume, des Dames Chapter, Vasselot, Saint-Michel, the Psallette Street and around the Champ-Jacquet and Rally du Baty, squares Lices, Sainte-Anne and the cathedral.
Former chapel of the Hopital Saint-Yves (Gothic), Saint-Yves, converted into a museum on the evolution of Rennes Tourist Board.
The polychrome wooden busts of the sixteenth century, in front of 20 rue du Chapitre.
Doors Mordelaises, gatehouse with two towers and drawbridge, along the remains of ancient Gallo-Roman fortifications of the third century to the turn Jehan Duchesne fifteenth century, Nantes Street, and the walls of the fifteenth century is the Gallo-Roman fortifications, places Rally du Baty.
Couvent des Jacobins.

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Additional Photos by Valerie Leconte (Leconte) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 716 W: 58 N: 1031] (5795)
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