Take a tour of Rennes Town Hall in Rennes, France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
A Baroque structure sits in the center of the old town of Rennes, France.
Rennes Town Hall, built right after the Great Fire of Rennes in 1720, attests to the city's rich long history.
The town hall hosts government services and once held the offices of law and science until the construction of the Palace of Arts.
The hall's north wing houses a war memorial and the south wing exhibits a row of rose-colored marble columns.
The town hall's signature clock tower conjoins the wing structures which make up the building.
A highlight of the city which dates to the first century, Rennes Town Hall offers a glimpse into the city's past.