Direction régionale des affaires culturelles

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The Hôtel de Blossac is the office of the direction régionale des Affaires culturelles of Brittany.

A Direction régionale des Affaires culturelles (DRAC, Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs) is a service of the French Minister of Culture on each region of France.[1] Created by André Malraux, minister of Culture, on February 23, 1963, they are in charge of heritage buildings (Monument historique, managed by the "Conservation régionale des Monuments historiques" ), museums, cinema, theatre, art...

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  1. ^ "Missions des Drac". Ministère de la culture et de la communication. Retrieved 21 July 2011.