Le COUVENT DES JACOBINS  : a new convention Center located in the heart of the city


Built in 1369, the convent was founded by the Order of Preachers, known as Jacobins in French and the Dominicans in English. This new order, created in 1215, was seen as particularly original due to setting up in city centres. The church's first stone was laid on 2 February 1369 in the Saint-Malo neighbourhood, with the Duke of Brittany in attendance. Its construction marked the beginning of an important spiritual, intellectual and political role in both the town's and Brittany's history.

Now, the Couvent des Jacobins is an exceptional setting to organize meetings, combining elegant architecture and contemporary spaces.



HOW TO GET To the COUVENT des JACOBINS,  20 Place Sainte-Anne, Rennes

 -  By Underground from the Train station:

 The underground is very easy to use: only 1 line, Direction JF. Kennedy

 Stop at Sainte-Anne Station


- Walking distance from many hotels



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