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Cathedrale Saint-Pierre, Saintes

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Architectural Building Religious Site
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  • According to the timeline on display there's been one form of church/cathedral on this site since around 525AD (if I recall correctly). It was destroyed during the times of religious reformation/perse...  more »
  • The first cathedral we visited in France this year. And just like the others, very impressive. Wonderful stonework, magnificent stained glass ... It's not the most interesting of the French cathedrals...  more »
  • Visited Saintes & the Cathedral as part of an excursion from La Rochelle. From the time we reached the Information Office by the River Charante the Cathedral Tower was very visible. Our guide explaine...  more »
  • Beautiful Cathedral . Well worth the visit of you are in the area
  • An imposing Cathedral was admires easily outdoors! I expected just to see a few more ornaments to the inside but the multiple destruction over the ages well explains this lack.
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  • Various restorations have really fixed it. Amazing wooden ceiling.
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  • Open 7/7 9 h to 19 h... arrived has 6 p.m.... closed. No. how 40 mins from car for nothing.
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  • It's probably one of the most beautiful cathedrals of France, at least for my taste, with Bourges, Chartres, Tours, Poitiers, Lille, Orléans, and Clermont-Ferrand. Geographically I grant you, this choice remains quite central, but I'm from the Region Centre Val de Loire... 😅
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