Cathédrale Notre-Dame

The Cathedral of Moulins was built in the fifteenth century. Originally, there was a ducal chapel which was erected in an collegiate church at the request of Louis II.

Flamboyant style, the cathedral houses the portraits of the last Dukes of Bourbon. A nave was added in the nineteenth century, the building retains the remarkable wooden triptych of the Master of Moulins, late fifteenth century. It was not until 1823 that it became a cathedral, receiving the seat of the bishop. She was elevated to a basilica by the Pope in 1949.

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