This is a continuation of my post on Dinan Part 1. When we visited Dinan for the second time we went into the museum which is housed in part of the town ramparts. The Dinan Chateau, also known as the Tower of Duchesse Anne, was built in the 14th Century, between 1382-1387.
In the chapel on the ground floor of the castle keep, there is a collection of holy objects, furniture, and gold and silver ware.
The streets look just the same today, only the fashion being worn is different.
I particularly enjoyed this painting of the viaduct.
The views from the ramparts
After our visit to the museum we went past the church we had visited on our previous trip to Dinan.
This church is Basilique St-Sauveur and was built in 1120. The construction underwent many changes in the 15th century.