This square, laid out in the 19th century, together with Cours d'Alsace-et-Lorraine, when buildings around the cathedral were demolished, was redesigned when the new urban light rail system was built.
This free-standing bell-tower next to Saint-André cathedral is 8 metres square and offers magnificent views over the city. Construction of the tower started in 1440, on the initiative of Archbishop Pey-Berland. The statue of Our Lady Lady or Aquitaine was installed on the top of the tower in the 19th century.
Saint-Andre Cathedral (12th-16th centuries)
Every Saturday and the 1st Sunday of the month, 14.30 - 17.30
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Open every day, except Monday and 25 December. €5,50 / €4 / free for visitors under 25.
Place Pey-Berland. A or B, Hôtel de Ville station.