In the old quarters, several half timbered corbelled 16th and 17th century houses still remain. The finest, l'hotel des Ducs de Bretagne and the Ribeault, have ornately carved srting beams, columns and corner post.
Inside of the cathedral I found several tombs and effigies (most carved in the 17th and 18th century), and one of them is the tomb of Saint-Guillaume, who was bishop of Saint-Brieuc from 1220 to 1234.
1. CIRCUIT PATRIMOINE
meeting point: La Cath?drale Saint
You will discover old St. Brieuc and more
2. CIRCUIT NATURE
there are many wonderful gardens, and
some 220 hectares green, valleys, rivers
only a few steps outside the city
3. CIRCUIT LOUIS GUILLOUX
a famous writer. He once got the Prix
National des Lettres in 1967, he translated
Steinbeck and Margaret Kennedy....
He died 1980 14th October.....
You will walk the marked tour through the
4. CIRCUIT DES PONTS
you will walk the bridges built for cars and
the "petits trains", the little trains.
Ancient trading port, le port du Légué along 900 meters, it has a wet dock which can accommodate small snails from 500 to 1500 tons. It has been completely renovated.
The organ in the cathedral of Saint-Brieuc, made in the 19nth century by one of the best organ builders of the time, Aristide Cavaille-Coll.
Inside of the cathedral you can admire one of the finest wood and gold decoration altarpieces of Cotes d'Armor.
This is one of nine historic cathedrals of Britain. It's a Gothic style, was built in the fourteenth century and fifteenth century. Some relics of Saint Brieuc itself, dating from the sixth century.