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"Vannes" () is a commune in the Morbihan department in Bretagne in north-western France. It was founded over 2000 years ago., history of Vannes by Official web site of the city

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Vannes is located on the Gulf of Morbihan at the mouth of the Vannes River. It is around 100 km northwest of Nantes and 300 km west of Paris. Vannes is a market town and often linked to the sea.

istor
Darioritum (the Roman name of Vannes) was founded by the Romans in the 1st century BC.

The diocese of Vannes was erected in the 5th century. The Council of Vannes was held there in 461.

The first historical ruler of Vannes was Waroch.

In 1759 Vannes was used as the staging point for a Planned French Invasion of Britain. A large army was assembled there, but it was never able to sail following the French naval defeat at the Battle of Quiberon Bay in November 1759.

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Inhabitants of Vannes are called "Vannetais".

reton languag
The municipality launched a linguistic plan through Ya d"ar brezhoneg on October 12, 2007.

In 2007, 7.5% of the children attended the bilingual schools in primary education. "Ofis ar Brezhoneg":

rchitectur
*Cathedral of St Peter
*Church of St Patern
*Château Gaillard (archaeological museum)
*Musée de la Cohue (cultural museum)
*Hôtel de Ville
*Tour du Connétable (part of the old city walls)

n fictio
In the novels of Alexandre Dumas, the musketeer Aramis appears at one point as bishop of Vannes.

otable peopl
Vannes was the birthplace of:
* Francis I (1414–1450), duke of Brittany
* Paul César Helleu (1859–1927), artist
* Yves Rocard (1903–1992), physicist
* Alain Resnais (born 1922), film director
* Yves Coppens (born 1934), anthropologist
* Bernard Poignant (born 1945), French politician
* Catherine Tamareille (born 1966), French Professor
* Mathieu Berson (born 1980), footballer
Panorama of the old town

nternational relation

win towns — Sister citie
Vannes is twinned with:

* Mons, Belgium "(since 1952)"
* Cuxhaven, Germany "(since 1963)"
* Fareham, United Kingdom "(since 1967)"

Vannes also has partnerships (""‘partenariats’"") with:
* Barouéli, Mali
* Wałbrzych, Poland

ee als
* Veneti (Gaul)
* Saint Meriasek
* Operation Dingson
*Communes of the Morbihan department

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File:Vannes Altstadt.jpg|In the old town centre
File:Bretagne Morbihan Vannes3 tango7174.jpg|Place des Lices
File:Vannes lavoir.jpg|Old washing-places
File:Bretagne Morbihan Vannes2 tango7174.jpg|Garden of the Château de l"Hermine
File:Vannes - Centre ville.jpg|Street in town center
File:Vannes cathedral front.jpg|Vannes Cathedral
File:Saint Patern Vannes.jpg|St. Patern church
File:Dscn5075-vannes-harbour-to-cath.jpg|Harbour to cathedral
File:France-golfe du morbihan-maison rose.jpg|Gulf of Morbihan


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Category:Communes of Morbihan
Category:Prefectures in France
Category:Port cities and towns in France
Category:Breton language
Category:Breton loanwords
Category:Celtic toponyms

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