Cathédrale Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Privat

Built from 1369, following a decision of Pope Urban V, the cathedral is dedicated for the first time in 1469. The Edice was partially destroyed during the wars of religion in 1581. The monument was then rebuilt in the same way but "without fuss or ornaments."

During the nineteenth century, the area around the cathedral are clear. A portal will be built to the north. In 1906, a flamboyant neo-Gothic porch will complete the composition of the building.

Inside, we find Aubusson tapestries eighteenth century, a black virgin of the twelfth century and organs of the seventeenth century.

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