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Nantes ([nɑ̃t]; in galó: Naunnt; in Breton: Naoned) is a French city, capital of the department of the Loire-Atlantique and the Pays de la Loire region. Located on the banks of the Loire, Nantes is the center of a conurbation of more than 900,000 inhabitants. It is considered, together with that of Saint-Nazaire, as the largest metropolitan area in western France. The Loire, Erdre, Sèvre Nantaise, Chézine and Cens rivers cross the Nantes area. Historically, the city of Nantes was within the part of Brittany where Galó was once spoken, a Romanesque language.
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Nantes Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des Beaux-Arts) of Nantes is a museum created by consular decree of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1800.
His collection of paintings extends from the 13th to the 21st century. Among others, there are works by: Gustave Courbet, Georges de La Tour, Eugène Delacroix, Fragonard, Kandinsky, Ingres, Monet, Picasso,…
The Palace of Fine Arts in which the museum is located was inaugurated in 1900. It was designed by the Nantés architect Clément-Marie Josso. The interior was renovated during the 1980s.
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Nantes plant garden
The Garden of Nantes plants in French: Jardin des plantes de Nantes is a public botanical garden in the city of Nantes, with an area of 7.32 hectares .
The identification code of the Jardin des plantes de Nantes as a member of the "Botanic Gardens Conservation International" (BGCI), as well as the acronym for its herbarium is NTM.
It is also listed as "Remarquable Garden" (notable garden) in 2004 by the "Ministry of Culture and Communication" (Ministry of Culture and Communication) of France.
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Nantes station is the main passenger station of the Nantes agglomeration. This passing station is situated on the lines:
TGV Atlantique: Paris-Montparnasse - Le Mans - Angers - Nantes - Saint-Nazaire - Le Croisic
Tours - Le Croisic The current station replaces the former Nantes - Orleans station of the Paris-Orleans company, as opposed to the State station, Nantes terminus of the State network.
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Castle of the Dukes of Brittany
The castle of the Dukes of Brittany (in French, Château des ducs de Bretagne) is an old medieval fortress and ducal palace located in the city of Nantes, in the French region of Pays de la Loire, on the right bank of the Loire River, which formerly fed the pits.
Reformed and adapted to the new artillery techniques on the original 13th century castle called Nantes Castle, it was the principal residence of the Dukes of Brittany from the 13th to the 15th century. In 1840 it was subject to a classification in the title of historical monuments and is currently communal property, rehabilitated for opening to the general public.
It belongs to the cultural group of "castles of the Loire" - and is a member of the association "Châteaux de la Loire, Vallée des Rois" - but is not within the scope of the "Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes- sur-Loire »declared a World Heritage Site in 2000.
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Nantes to Brest Canal
The Nantes to Brest canal (in French, Nantes à Brest Canal) is a canal located in France, linking the cities of Nantes and Brest through the interior of Brittany. It was built during the 19th century and its total length is 364 km (from the Aulne in Landeleau to Erdre in Nort-sur-Erdre), with 328 locks along its path.
The original idea dates back to the 16th century but it was not until Brest was blocked by the English fleet that Napoleon I decided to build the canal to ensure inland communication between the two great military ports of the French Atlantic front. Construction began in 1811 and Napoleon III of France presided over the inauguration of the canal in 1858.
In 1923 the canal route was broken by the Guerledan dam. Navigation is no longer possible between Maël-Carhaix and Pontivy.
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Tomb of Francis II of Brittany
The tomb of Francisco II, Duke of Brittany, and his wife Margarita de Foix is a funerary monument found in the cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul of Nantes (France). It was made in Carrara marble at the beginning of the 16th century by Michel Colombe (sculptor) and Jean Perréal (architect).