Saint Malo
Ille-et-Vilaine
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4.7/5
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Historical Site
Castle
虎步世界Saint-Malo, a small city in northwestern France, guards the main channel of the English Channel. Its walls are thick, easy to defend and difficult to attack. It is a fortress. Has an indissoluble bond with pirates, once occupied by pirates, also known as pirate city. There is also a small national fortress named by Louis XIV. Walk around the city wall for about 2.5 kilometers, and watch while walking for about forty minutes.
4.6/5
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Aquarium
M49***29For a super large aquarium, I personally recommend that you can bring your children here, and you can see a lot of marine life. The personally recommended play time is half a day, which is more reasonable.
4.6/5
5 Reviews
Historical Site
Church
UdjatCathédrale Saint-Vincentde Saint-Malo Saint-Malo Saint Vincent’s Cathedral is located in the heart of the old city. Simple and vigorous, solemn and solemn. Built between the 12th and 18th centuries, it is a landmark of Saint-Malo. Destroyed during World War II, it was rebuilt later. The stained glass windows are very beautiful. There is a mosaic tile plaque in the middle of the nave floor where the French explorer Jacques Cartier received the blessing of the Bishop of Saint Malo before going to North America to develop the colony. Opening hours 9:30-18:00. It is a 20-minute walk from the train station.
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Museum
乖小咪The Saint-Malo Historical Museum is a museum converted from an old castle. There are many cultural relics left over from the castle, including some armors, furniture at the time, and some documents. It is the best place to learn about this area and it is worth visiting.
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Mountain
sculptorMount St. Michelle is a tidal island in Normandy, France. The location of the monastery on a small island just a few hundred meters from land makes it possible for pilgrims to reach the monastery at low tide, but when the tide comes, the fighter will be stranded, driven or submerged, a good place to protect. The island was unconquered during the hundred years of war; a small garrison resisted the full-scale British attack of 1433.
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Church
sculptorThe monastery of Mount Saint-Michel, a tidal island in Normandy, France, about a kilometer from the northwest coast of France and on the mouth of the Cusnon River near Afranche, is an important part of the town structure built by feudal society. The top is God, and the bottom is the Abbey. Down here, the hall, then the warehouse and the house, and at the bottom (outside the wall) the house of fishermen and peasants. Since 1862, the Abbey has been protected as a historical site in France.

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