Dinan is a Medieval city; one of Brittany’s best preserved old towns – more than 600 years old. Many buildings date from the 12th through the 18 centuries. Personally, I liked the church. In the 12th century, a crusader Rivallon le Roux pledged that if he survived, he would return to his city to pay for a church dedicated to Christ. The Romanesque and Gothic St-Saveur Basilica is the church he funded.