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Cathedrale Sainte Marie, Auch

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Admire the intricacies of Cathedrale Sainte Marie, which was constructed over 200 years, starting in 1489. Take an official tour, which is available daily, except during services. See the choir's 113 unique stalls with 1,500 iconographic figures carved into the oak, and the refurbished 17th-century organ, which was once the largest in France. Take in the suite of 18 Renaissance stained-glass windows by Arnaud de Moles, depicting the world from creation to the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Arrange your visit to Cathedrale Sainte Marie and discover more family-friendly attractions in Auch using our Auch travel itinerary planner.
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  • monument of the 16th century A awesome must see: the great chorus even if entry pay €2.
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  • A beauty architectural, very well maintained. Here, it's pure beauty. Don't forget to visit the stalls in the center of the nave.
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  • Magnificent cathedral very simplicity with its stained glass Windows including Adam and Eve in the chapel of purgatory, of the Sybilles, filled with symbolism MM / pyramids/a skull.., works including the burial, the organ, choir stalls of wood of oak never seen elsewhere, paid visit to its openings, the crypt and many other wonders Auch, capital of the circus is a beautiful city with its monumental staircase where stands the statue of d'Artagnan the musketeer, and a huge stele of the Scriptures on the ground story the flood in latin, the Museum is the 2nd collection of pre-Columbian Art in France!
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