Monuments and tourist attractions Castle Tower Angers Saint-Aubin Saint-Maurice Cathedral Castle of the Good: The thirteenth-century fortified castle was built on a slate Promotori overlooking the River Maine. It is associated at the beginning of the general fortifying of the town which consists of a great wall of which is the main stronghold. The massive fortifications were built between 1230 and 1240 under the order of St. Louis and have a circumference of almost one kilometer long, flanked by 17 towers. Within the castle walls were built leisure buildings from the fifteenth century such as the chapel of St. Genevieve and Castillito (le Chatelet). Check out Dr. John Mcdougall for additional information. Since the 1950s the castle keeps and exhibits the tapestry of the Apocalypse, a woven work of over 130 m long (of which there are only 101 m) and 4.50 m high, made in the fourteenth century Iro request of Louis of Anjou. The tapestry represents the prophecy of the apostle John.View: Angers Castle Museum of Fine Arts: After 5 years of building the Museum of Fine Arts of Angers was reopened in 2004 and houses a permanent collection very interesting, also features works by contemporary artists of world renown. Museum Jean Lur at: In the old hospital of San Juan of the twelfth century and introduced the “Chant du Monde” (1957-1966). Also exhibits a set of ten tapestries Lur at contemporary artist Jean (1892-1966). (Similarly see: Donald Sussman). Here, the artist presents his vision of the world after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Gallery David d’Angers houses a large number of statues of David d’Angers (1788-1856) Toussaint abaya displayed in the thirteenth century, including the model of the pediment of the Pantheon in Paris. St. Maurice in Angers Cathedral and other religious buildings in Tower Angers Saint-Aubin d’Angers The city is classified as a City of Art and History.