Wall of Couvent des Jacobins / Place Sainte-Anne
Classified as a Historic Monument, the Jacobin Convent has survived through the ages. Originally a religious site, it was dismantled after the French Revolution and became the property of the army. It was bought in 2002 by the city of Rennes, which renovated it. Since its reopening in 2018, the Jacobins Convent has been home to the tourist office and the Rennes Métropole conference center, where symposiums and exhibitions are regularly held.