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  2. Rennes - Wikipedia

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    Rennes is the capital of the region of Brittany, as well as the Ille-et-Vilaine department. In 2015, the city was the tenth largest in France, with a metropolitan area of about 720,000 inhabitants. The inhabitants of Rennes are called Rennais (e) (es) in French

  3. Rennes — Wikipédia

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    Rennes (/ ʁ ɛ n / [Note 1] Écouter) est une commune de l'Ouest de la France, chef-lieu du département d’Ille-et-Vilaine et de la région Bretagne. La ville se situe en Haute-Bretagne — partie orientale de la Bretagne — à la confluence de l’Ille et de la Vilaine. Ses habitants sont appelés les Rennais et les Rennaises.

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  5. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rennes is a city in France, the prefecture of Brittany and the Ille-et-Vilaine department. Its name is « Roazhon » in the Breton language.

  6. Rennes-le-Château - Wikipedia

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    • Church of Saint Mary Magdalene
    • Modern fame
    • Excavations
    • Conspiracy theories

    Rennes-le-Château is a small commune approximately 5 km south of Couiza, in the Aude department in Languedoc in southern France. This hilltop village is known internationally, and receives tens of thousands of visitors per year, drawn by conspiracy theories surrounding a putative buried treasure discovered by its 19th-century priest Bérenger Saunière, the precise nature of which is disputed among those who credit its existence.

    The village church dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene has been rebuilt several times. The earliest church of which there is any evidence on the site may date to the 8th century. However, this original church was almost certainly in ruins by the 10th or 11th century, when another church was built upon the site—remnants of which can be seen in Romanesque pillared arcades on the north side of the apse. This survived in poor repair until the 19th century, when it was renovated by the local ...

    The village received up to 100,000 tourists each year at the height of popularity of Dan Brown's bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code. The modern reputation of Rennes-le-Château rests mainly in claims and stories, dating from the mid-1950s, concerning the 19th-century parish priest Bérenger Saunière, leading researchers Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln to write The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, which became a bestseller in 1982; their work in turn fuelled the premise of ...

    The sudden interest in Saunière's church generated by the stories circulated by Noël Corbu in the 1950s inspired two excavations of the church of St Mary Magdalene. The first, in May 1956, was conducted by Dr André Malacan who, after excavating the subsoil of the church at a depth of approximately one metre, discovered bones that included a skull bearing an incision, but failed to unearth anything else of interest. Dr Malacan died in 1997, and the skull remained in the possession of his ...

    In the 1950s and 1960s, the entire area around Rennes-le-Château became the focus of sensational claims involving Blanche of Castile, the Merovingians, the Knights Templar, the Cathars, and the treasures of the Temple of Solomon that included the Ark of the Covenant and the Menorah. Since the 1970s, the area's associations have extended to the Prieuré de Sion, the Rex Deus, the Holy Grail, ley lines, sacred geometry, the remains of Jesus Christ, including references to Mary Magdalene ...

  7. Rennes – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Rennes (em bretão Roazhon; em latim: Condate, Civitas Redonum) é uma comuna francesa na região administrativa da Bretanha, no departamento Ille-et-Vilaine.

  8. Rennes - Wikipedia

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    Rennes (Bretonă: Roazhon) este un oraș situat în nord-vestul Franței, în estul Bretaniei. Este capitala regiunii și prefectura departamentului Ille-et-Vilaine. Populația orașului la recensământul din 2012 era de 209,860 locuitori.

  9. Rennes – Wikipedia

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    Staden Rennes hade 216 815 invånare år 2017. Rennes storstadsområde (Aire Urbaine de Rennes) hade 723 572 invånare (2015). Ekonomi. Rennes har en dynamisk ekonomi och en relativt låg arbetslöshet (7,3%, första terminen 2017) jämfört med resten av landet. [4]

  10. Rennes – Wikipedie

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    Rennes (bretonsky Roazhon) je město v severozápadní Francii, nejdůležitější město v Bretani a sídlo prefektury departementu Ille-et-Vilaine. Rennes bylo dříve hlavní město Bretaňského knížectví. Rozkládá se na pahorku na soutoku řek Ille a Vilaine.

  11. Stade rennais Football Club — Wikipédia

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    Maillots Domicile Extérieur Neutre Actualités Pour la saison en cours, voir: Saison 2020-2021 du Stade rennais FC 0 modifier Localisation du Roazhon Park et de La Piverdière par rapport à la ville de Rennes . Le Stade rennais Football Club est un club de football français , fondé en 1901 et basé à Rennes . Dans un premier temps club omnisports et évoluant avec les couleurs bleu ciel ...

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