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Cathédrale Saint Louis, Versailles

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 120 reviews on the web
Built between 1743 and 1754, Cathédrale Saint Louis was first used as the parish church of Saint Louis before becoming the cathedral of the new diocese. During your visit, be sure to check out the lovely collection of period paintings preserved in a graceful baroque style. The architecture is nothing to scoff at either--the building is of the mid-18th century, and the first stone was laid by Louis XV in 1743. Put Cathédrale Saint Louis into our Versailles vacation trip planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Versailles.
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  • If the Cathedral is not a special interest in its architecture, history pages have registered and is a prelude to the Revolution of 1789 who sees the procession for the opening of the estates-General on May 4 end with a mass in the presence of King Louis XVI. A visit and review your knowledge.
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  • We went to the Cathedral, already when we return from our visit to the Palace and gardens were. It is worth to come to visit. The architectural details are very good and very well-preserved Cathedral. It is worth visiting it!
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  • We had spent the day visiting Versailles and saw the church steeple as we were at lunch. After lunch, we walked to the church to visit. It is a beautiful church with very few people in the church. Wel...  read more »
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