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The Lac au Duc is a popular place for sailing, canoeing, picnics, fishing and walking Read more...
The vast fortress of Josselin, built in 11th century, was rebuilt by Olivier de Clisson in 14th century. This is one of the very rare Breton chateaux still owned by descendants of the great Olivier de Clisson, one of the most feared knights in Breton history, who also became leader of the French army. Read more...
The Parlement de Bretagne, the palatial original home of the Breton Parliament and now of the Rennes Court of Appeal, was designed in 1618 by Salomon de Brosse, architect of the Luxembourg Palace in Paris. It was the most important building in Rennes to escape the 1720 flames, but in 1994, following a massive demonstration by Breton fishermen demanding state subsidies, a disastrous fire broke out at the building, leaving it a charred shell. Read more...