Photographer's Note

Dinan is a walled Breton town and a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department in north-western France. Its inhabitants, of which there were 10,953 in 2008, are called dinannais / dinannaises.

It lies on the River Rance, though rather unusually most urban development has been on the hillside, overlooking the river. The area alongside the River Rance is known as the port of Dinan and is connected to the town by the steep streets of Rue Jerzual and its continuation outside the walls the Rue de Petit Fort.

Map references are approximate only.

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