Nantes

Nantes is the last major city to have developed on the banks of the Loire before the river meets the Atlantic Ocean only: waterborne trade has always been an important source of revenue for the city. Between> Brittany and Vendée, the town of Nantes sought to showcase the heritage and history of the city (now '' a city of art history '') and original way. In the historic center, the castle of the Dukes of Brittany is the major attraction, in a nice area for walking, dominated by the presence of St. Peter and St. Paul Cathedral. Around the Place Royale and worked dimensions nineteenth architecture predominates, wonderfully illustrated by the passage Pommeraye, a symbol of modernity. Real sights of the city, articulated machines Ile de Nantes, as huge mechanical elephant, bring an artistic touch to the Nantes urban renewal. Walk in Nantes: the inevitable In Nantes, several historical monuments worth visiting: the castle of the Dukes of Brittany, the Saint Pierre Cathedral and the Chapel of the Oratory. But the architectural heritage is not the first force in the city. Nantes also home to many museums such as the Jules Verne Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts. If you are accompanied by children, do not miss lesmachines Island an exhibition of giant mechanical animals. Furthermore, here are several well-known districts in Nantes: The Commerce Square, which is the center of the city, not far from there we find the Place Royale, Le Quai de la Fosse and Crébillon street. Bouffay Square, the center of the old Nantes, with many restaurants and bars. In the historic center, the castle of the Dukes of Brittany and St. Peter and St. Paul Cathedral remain major attractions. Decré a q




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