A stunning cathedral with a lovely green lawn in front to lie down and have a rest. If it gets too hot outside it's also lovely and cool inside. It is also beautiful inside, the stained windows are stunning the woodwork is amazing and there are some interesting paintings as well. This is also free to enter. There are some... 更多
This is another amazing Cathedral that is still in use as a place of worship to this day. It is free to enter, and except for when services are on, you are free to take photo's and walk around this amazing church.
The Cathedral looks as if it isn't finished as there is a mixture of different architectural styles within the church. In 1073 I believe the Bishop of Toulouse commissioned the building of extensions to an earlier church from around the 800's and then there were further extensions in the 13th, 15th and 16th centuries with further work undertaken in the... 更多
Historical cathedral which was restored over time withIn the limitation of space to expand. It was a peaceful place for worship. Must see.
Could not believe that an hour could go so quickly as a believer was amazed with this place but anyone would enjoy the sheer beauty of this place the sheer size and detail is staggering was amazed to see armed French soldiers guarding the gate before mass as seemed to be the case in all the church buildings in this... 更多
I don't know why people would call this beautiful. It is a really ugly monolith, built at different times, in a no way harmonious in design. The two different sections don't even line up in a normal way. There are seats facing huge pillars. I found it very jarring and disturbing. It's very interesting to visit for the history.
Not your typical big church/cathedral layout. Well worth donating and picking up the shortened history leaflet which explains the stop start construction of this vast edifice. Somewhat off-centre construction. Excellent and well worth a visit. Not far from the centre. Lovely "square" in front.