Thomas Poussin

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Thomas Poussin was a 17th-century French architect.

Born in Dinan, he worked on the north side of the Saint-Malo Cathedral from 1595 to 1607, as well as on military constructions in Dinan, Saint-Malo and the region. He participated in the construction of the Palace of the Parlement de Bretagne from 1624 to 1631.

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