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Eglise Saint-Malo de Dinan is a Roman Catholic church in the archdiocese of Rennes.
If this is just a church I cannot imagine what the diocesan cathedral must look like, because it is huge, and at first I thought it was a cathedral.
Certainly not the finest of French parish churches, with stained glass windows suffering from vandalism. Even the WW1 memorial window has a large hole in it - presumably as the result of being struck by a stone. Sad. Some interesting details - columns running up...More
Once you have climed up to the top of the city you come to the English gardens full of flowers a nice place to sit and have a sandwich and when you have finished and rested you might like to go into the church at...More
Outside this church is a simply magnificent magnolia tree which must look splendid in spring. the church itself is not very remarkable as it is fairly gloomy with typically northern plain stone walls and columns with some interesting but not outstanding stained glass windows.
Visited this church recently with my family. Beautiful interior and plenty of side alters to view. I would highly recommend picking up the map of the inside of the church explaining the different elements of the church (costs 40c and is in 6 common languages).
Architecturally, it's beautiful. While the side altars are probably no longer used, the square marbles on some of the altars suggest that the relics are probably still in them. Other side altars have that slab removed. Nevertheless, I was more impressed with those side altars...More