Rue d'En-Bas

The Rue d'En Bas used to lead to a gateway of the same name, partially destroyed. The street has a number of timber-framed houses. Note the Hôtel du Bol d'Or (1513) whose staircase tower, flanked by a square pavilion, has a strange top. Rue Sévigné, where the famous Marchioness once lived, adjoins Rue d'en-Bas.

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Address : 

rue d’En-Bas, 35500 Vitré

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Vitré Castle Vitré Castle
Vitré Castle
The first castle dates from the 11C and
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Rue de la Poterie
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Church of Notre-Dame of Vitré
Church of Notre-Dame of Vitré
This church dates from the 15 and 16C.
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Vitré Ramparts
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Vitré Castle Vitré Castle
Vitré Castle
The first castle dates from the 11C and
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Rue de la Baudrairie
Rue de la Baudrairie
This admirable street, named after the
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Rue de la Poterie
Rue de la Poterie
This street has preserved a number of
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