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Les Machines de l'Île Gallery
Located in the former shipyards, the Machines of the Isles Gallery is one of the biggest attractions in Nantes. Giant animals and other incredible pieces abound in this warehouse for the enjoyment of visitors. The Great Elephant is the most emblematic work of the exhibition. Thanks to this marvellous piece of engineering, visitors can enjoy a different type of tour through the city, on the back of this beast. More than 12 metres high and weighing 40 tonnes, it is a memorable sight that will leave nobody indifferent. The maximum number of passengers on board is 49. If the opportunity to be among them arises, don't pass it up.
The Château des ducs de Bretagne
Situated right in the heart of Nantes and one of the most visited sites in the city, its walls are an encyclopaedia of thousands of years of history. It is built of white stone and surrounded by a moat of clear water and a garden. It also features extensive defensive walls, for the function of repelling any siege of enemy troops, and numerous windows where archers would take up their place. It's battlements of black slate lend it a special appearance that has a tendency to charm visiting tourists. Inside its walls is a museum telling of the merchant history of Nantes. More than anything, however, it is renowned for its genuine Flamboyant-Gothic style, which was specific to this part of Europe.
The Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul
Nantes Cathedral forms part of France's National Heritage and its 600 years of history mark the cultural past of the city. It is a construction of considerable dimensions, and occupies a significant space in the city. It's style is significantly different from other French churches; its façade draws attention for its simplicity and is flanked by two towers. This is in stark contrast to the style of its cupolas, which are exquisitely ornamented. It is located very close to the Château des ducs de Bretagne and is a must-see on any visit to Nantes.