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Cathedrale Saint-Maurice, Vienne
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  • Magnificent Cathedrale that is steeped in history. The building style was changed as it was built which is very easy to see. Lovely to cool off on a hot day as well!! 
  • The Cathedral of St. Mauritius (Saint-Maurice) is the main Cathedral of the city. When we were there, the reconstruction of the façade was in full swing. It is an ancient Cathedral. It was built nearly half a century, so it's worth a closer look around and building bypass look at the Kaleidoscope of eras. Despite the fact that almost all of the wealth of Saint-Maurice were destroyed by Protestants in the 16th century, inside, you can admire the vaulted ceiling, stained glass Windows and art.
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  • It is a beautiful Cathedral. The exterior is in works and does not look good, but the interior is bright, with beautiful stained-glass windows, high ceilings typical Gothic, has tapestries and very interesting sculptures. A must-see in Vienne.
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  • Many stained-glass Windows. Do not know and not from inside the stained-glass Windows. Ceiling is quite bright with the light.
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  • Dans cette cathédrale sous la Présidence du Pape Clément V, s'est meeting le concile qui supprima L'Ordre des Templiers 16 October 1311 - 6 mai 1312 in this Cathedral under the Presidency of Pope Clement V met the Council who abolished the order of the Templars 16 October 1311 - 6 may 1312
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  • A lovely Cathedral, especially since his rehabilitation.
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  • Beautiful Cathedral, beautiful sound for concerts, then great.
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  • Beautiful place a visit
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