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St Vincent's Cathedral
St Vincent's Cathedral
St Vincent's Cathedral
St Vincent's Cathedral
St Vincent's Cathedral
St Vincent's Cathedral
St Vincent's Cathedral

St Vincent's Cathedral

Known as the smallest active cathedral in France, Saint Vincent's cathedral mixes roman, flamboyant gothic and XVIII th century styles. To see : the Gobelin's tapestry, the marble high-altar, the stall. Independent or guided tours.
St Vincent cathedral was constructed in the XIIth century in the roman style. In the XVIth century, the Bishop Claude de Tournon led a lot of work on it, constructing a wonderful flamboyant gothic chevet. The walls of the nave, destroyed during the religious wars were rebuilt and it was only in the XVIIIth century that the architect Jean-Baptiste Franque gave the cathedral its current stone vaulted ceiling.

Infos techniques

Place St Jean
07220 Viviers
Lat : 44.481894Lng : 4.690669
7 h

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Contact

Phone : 04 75 49 86 10

Email : contact@mairie-viviers.fr

Open period

Closed temporarily.

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Office de Tourisme DRAGA (du Rhône aux Gorges de l'Ardèche) - 27/09/2021
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Price(s)

Free access. Free entry.

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