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St Vincent Cathedral, Saint-Malo

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Currently a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Vincent of Saragossa, St Vincent Cathedral is a Romanesque cathedral that has been managed by the monks of Marmoutier since 1108. The pulpit dates from the 18th century, and the western façade of the nave has neo-Classical décor from the 18th century. Housed in the spire are four bells, and many modern renovations adorn this place of worship. The key to this cathedral is listening to its Korg organ playing ancient French and German repertoire. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to St Vincent Cathedral by using our Saint-Malo vacation trip planner.
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  • not bright enough but interesting when same but very cold inside to visit with a sweater
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  • Don't miss this Cathedral in the heights of the city / in addition to the windows, you will be dazzled by the modernized altar and priestly seats which are Assistant, that modernism is a beauty.
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  • The charm and history of this place will amaze you, gargoyles, stained glass arches all to pay tribute to the missing sailors and the devotion of the people
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  • The final resting place of Jacques Cartier. A beautiful Cathedral with some excellent stained glass. It's amazing that the place's corners aren't square. The whole thing is a bit of a rhombus.
  • Beautiful cathedral with very beautiful colored windows
  • In such a good state, and so beautiful!
  • Very nice building or I come myself but where I unfortunately was today Sunday, October 2, abused verbally with slight blow to support by an old woman who has not appreciated the laptop on my lap, cell phone on vibrate I said and that I used to read quietly. The mass was over, there was almost no one. Very violent and shocking in the House of God. I wonder if I should report the fact to the priest of the Cathedral.
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  • admission is free and well worth a visit. Compared to everything the France is not the most exciting but still remains an excellent example of religious architecture
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