Paris 2024 | Passage of the Olympic flame in Ille-et-Vilaine: When will the baton pass this Saturday, June 1?

Paris 2024 | Passage of the Olympic flame in Ille-et-Vilaine: When will the baton pass this Saturday, June 1?
Paris 2024 | Passage of the Olympic flame in Ille-et-Vilaine: When will the baton pass this Saturday, June 1?

This Saturday 1er June, the Olympic torch relay celebrates its 22nde stage in France with a passage in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine, Saint Malo has Rennes.

At the gates of Brittany, Ille-et-Vilaine is a territory between land and sea which cultivates its attractiveness. Its diversity in terms of heritage, history and nature will be highlighted throughout the passing of the Olympic Flame. She will start the day with a breath of fresh air as she sets out to Saint Malo. His journey through the corsair city will begin at Grand-Bé where the tomb of Chateaubriand, a famous French writer, is located. Then, the Olympic Flame will run along the ramparts.

The rest will take place on the water at Feins with a sequence which will take place on Boulet pond. The Flame will then go to Ferns where his progress will end in the courtyard of his majestic castle. Then, she will make a getaway to Paimpont in the forest of Brocéliande known for its myths and legends. Direction then Window and its medieval castle and Saint-Just where there is a sanctuary dating from prehistory, the megaliths and moors of Cojoux. It will finally be time to rally Rennes where the festivities will continue.

What are the times when the flame passes through Saint-Malo, Feins, Fougères, Paimpont, Vitré, Saint-Just and Rennes?

READ ALSO – The route map of the Olympic torch relay for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

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