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Tower of l'Horloge

Monument in Dinan

Tower of l'Horloge - Monument in Dinan

From its 46 meters, the clock tower offers stunning views of Dinan, its medieval town and Rance.

The Clock Tower is open from April to September.

Built in the fifteenth century by François II Duke of Brittany, the Clock Tower was primarily intended monitoring Dinan. Highlight of the city of Dinan, it symbolizes the power of the bourgeoisie against the clergy and the ducal power. In 1507, Anne of Brittany are installed a clock, then the monument fits among the belfries. Since it is no longer the religious services that punctuate the city of Dinan but the bell of the Clock Tower.

The mechanism of this clock is presented on the ground floor of the tower.

Other monuments nearby

Basilica Saint-SauveurDinan
Castle of DinanDinan
Abbey Saint-MagloireDinan
Castle of LéhonDinan
Castle of La ConninaisTaden (1540 yd)
Wayside Cross of the Saint-EspritDinan
Castle of La GarayeTaden (1.6 mi)
Archaeological Site of L'Asile des PêcheursTaden (1.9 mi)


Tuesday 7 july
Min. 10°C - Max. 20°C
Wednesday 8 july
Min. 10°C - Max. 24°C
Thursday 9 july
Min. 14°C - Max. 27°C

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