Behind the 18th-century façade built in what has become known as the engineer style, this church, so conducive to quiet contemplation, features a votive painting depicting the 1720 fire and remarkable furniture such as a canopy, pulpit, baptismal fonts and organs from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Practical information :
- To get there by metro: lines a and b, station Sainte-Anne | By bus: urban and metropolitan lines, stop République | Station STAR, the bicycle: Mairie | By car: parking Les Lices et Vilaine
- Open every day from 7am to 7pm
- Accessible to people with reduced mobility