Cathedrale Saint Vincent, Chalon-sur-Saone
(4.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
On the central square in Saint-Malo sits one of the city's landmarks, Cathedrale Saint Vincent--a 12th-century Gothic cathedral. Having long served as the seat of the bishop, the historical structure now has national monument status. Although relatively modest, the church features twin towers, high-arched ceilings, a single bell tower, and a stunning multicolored, circular stained-glass window that shines on the interior. Inside, look for the large pipe organ. If time allows, explore the quaint cafes, restaurants, and shops on the square, and stroll the picturesque streets nearby, lined with old houses. Take a look at our Chalon-sur-Saone itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Cathedrale Saint Vincent and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • together who has survived the centuries since the novel on which it's just few things a marquee in the choir and the cloister unfortunately now closed for renovation. must visit in the morning in the calm with sometimes a few sounds from the magnificent organ completely restored and if you have the chance to be there for the PAULÉE celebrant in October the end of the harvest you will attend mass with hunting
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  • Nice place crowned a majestic Cathedral which gives beauty to the place. A place that is still small, but that restores a bit of cachet to the city of Chalon
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  • small room, stairs dangerous to go to the bathroom. on the other hand very well in terrace in summer. reasonable prices on drinks
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