An impressive site
For years, the residents of Lanvalay and Dinan were demanding the creation of a bridge to unite both sides of the River Rance. They had to wait until the year 1852, when it was finally opened. It has 10 arches, each 16 metres, 7 of which belong to Lanvalay and the other 3 to Dinan. It's an impressive sight from afar, 40 m high and nearly 290 m long.