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  1. Rennes is a city in the east of Brittany in northwestern France. Rennes is the capital of the region of Brittany, as well as the Ille-et-Vilaine department.
  2. Rennes is a station on line 12 of the Paris Métro in the 6th arrondissement.

There are other places with in their name, like Rennes-sur-Loue, Rennes-les-Bains, Rennes-le-Château, University of Rennes and University of Rennes 1.


Rennes is a fictional character from the 1997 film Cube.


Rennes a.k.a. Stade Rennais F.C.: Stade Rennais Football Club is a French association football club based in Rennes.

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Google previewThe Monthly magazine (1841)

Rennes is a large town, and was formerly the capital of Brittany ; but though of great antiquity, its appearance bears few characteristics of an early age, for the old streets have made way for new ones, and the few public buildings are mostly of ...

Google previewBradshaw's hand-book to Brittany (1867)

by John William C. Hughes, George Bradshaw

Rennes is an excellent point du ...

Google previewMoon Living Abroad in France (2015)

by Aurelia d'Andrea

Bus and Métro Even though Rennes is a walkable city with well-maintained trottoirs (sidewalks) and a compact city center, the Métro and bus system, known ...

Google previewThe King in Yellow (Illustrated) (2014)

by Robert W. Chambers

Huge for foot de Rennes is a back duringthe day into thewalls of court ...

Google previewMTV France (2007)

by Anna E. Brooke, Nathalie Jordi, Lauren Sommer, Anna Sussman

Rennes is a historical hybrid. On one end of the city center, the streets are laid out medieval-style. The tiny, crooked alleys hold traditional timber-framed houses , leaning far over the street and letting in little light and air (couldn't have been too ...

Google previewBrookes's General Gazetteer Improved (1806)

Or, A New and Compendious Geographical Dictionary; Containing a Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Cities ... &c. in the Known World. With the Government, Customs, Manners, and Religion of the Inhabitants, the Extent, Boundaries, and Natural Productions of Each Country ... and the Various Events by which They Have Been Distinguished. Including a Detail of the Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Market-towns, and Principal Villages, in Great Britain and Ireland: Together with a Succinct Account Of, at Least, Seven Hundred Cities, Towns, and Villages in the United States ... by Richard Brookes

Rennes is an archbishopric, and the capital of the department. It is seated on the Wilaine, which divides it into two parts, 58 miles N by W of Nantes, and 42 S E of St. Malo. Lon. 1 36 W, lat. 48 7 N. Renti, a town of ...

Google previewA New Gazetteer of the Eastern Continent (1808)

or, A Geographical Dictionary: Containing, in Alphabetical Order, a Description of All the Countries, Kingdoms, States, Cities, Towns, Principal Rivers, Lakes, Harbors, Mountains, &c., &c. in Europe, Asia, and Africa, with their Adjacent Islands by Jedidiah Morse, Elijah Parish

Rennes is an arch. bishopric w wishopric and the capital of ...

Google previewThe Garden (1886)

t is not e Rennes is a Noisette, an early Rose ; but that . . . is perhaps in its favour, asubdivision commonly and, being a full flower, classed under the head it no doubt ...

Google previewGardening Illustrated (1888)

Triomphe de Rennes is an old canary -coloured Rose of considerable merit. It is a fairly vigorous grower, and prodnoes its flowers in large dusters.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ... (1822)

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Since the dreadful fire of 1720, by which nearly 900 houses were consumed, Rennes has been rebuilt on a regular plan. A few of the narrow streets and high antiquated houses still remain ; and in the suburbs there is a number of wooden ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh gazetteer, or, Geographical dictionary (1822)

by Edinburgh gazetteer

Since the dreadful fire of 1720, by which nearly 900 houses were consumed, Rennes has been rebuilt on a regular plan. A few of the narrow streets and high antiquated houses still remain ; and in the suburbs there is a number of wooden ...

Google previewAn Historical and Critical Dictionary (1826)

by Pierre Bayle

Robert D'Arbrissel, founder of the famous abbey of Fontevraud, in the diocese of Poitiers, in the province of Anjou, was born about the year 1047, in the village of Arbrissel, seven leagues from Rennes.

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (2017)

by Richard Stillwell

PETCH CONDATE or Civitas Riedonum (Rennes) Ille et Vilaine, France. Map 23. The chief city of the Riedones tribe, Condate was situated on a hillside near the confluence of the Ille and the Vilaine. That the town and its monuments ...

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