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This is a beautifully preserved cathedral with is clean white stone and impressive vertical columns. The tombs tell the story of Anne who became duchess at the age of 10 and was promptly married off to other nobility. Worth a visit.
If you've studied European history, you won't want to miss seeing where the parents of Anne de Bretagne are buried. The stonework is beautiful. The cathedral is within walking distance of the chateau in the center of a popular pedestrian area with many cafes, bakeries,...More
The cathedral is a very quiet and beautiful building, once inside I was surprised at how large the inside space was, it seemed huge. The architecture was outstanding. This is a lovely place to visit if you are interested in architecture or religion.
Firstly, the gothic cathedral is beautiful and imposing. Construction started during the 1400s and finished during the 1800s. It was bombed during the Second World War so you'll notice that the stained glasses are new. Also pay attention to the two-tone columns and walls, which...More