Hôtel de ville

This was built from 1734-1743 by Jacques Gabriel (who was the father of the architect of the Petit Trianon at Versailles). The central tower bears a clock which the people of Rennes call affectionately « the Big one », it is linked to two impressive pavilions by two curved buildings. In the right wing is the «Rennes Pantheon ».

Useful information

Address : 

1 place de la Mairie

Phone:

+33 2 23 62 10 10

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