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Rebuilt in the 15th century has the two towers still standing with the drawbridge entrance and the last remaining part of the old walls around the town. It was known as the Royal Gate being in reference to the dukes of Brittany entered to be...More
The surrounds are badly neglected, the glass wall meant to allow viewing inside one of the turrets has been totally ragged over and is opaque.
Only 50 metres from the Lices market, they could be a nice attraction, but are an embarrassment to the city
Every time I told a fellow American I was visiting Rennes, they had no idea where I was talking about. This city, in the Bretagne (Brittany) region of France, is popular with French, German, English and Dutch tourist, but is off the beaten path for...More