Religious Sites in The Midi-Pyrénées and Languedoc-Roussillon

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Religious Sites in The Midi-Pyrénées and Languedoc-Roussillon

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Name Category Location
 
Abbaye de St-Michel de Cuxa
One of the gems of the Pyrénées, this medieval...
Religious Sites Prades
 
Abbaye St-Martin du Canigou
Visitors, tackling a steep, half-hour climb from...
Religious Sites Vernet-les-Bains
 
Ancienne Cathédrale St-Nazaire
Rebuilt over several centuries after the sack of...
Religious Sites Beziers
 
Basilique St-Sernin
Toulouse's most famous landmark and the world's...
Religious Sites Toulouse
 
Cathédrale St-Étienne
The cathedral was erected in stages between the...
Religious Sites Toulouse
 
Cathédrale St-Jean
Note the frilly wrought-iron campanile and...
Religious Sites Perpignan
 
Cathédrale St-Just-et-St-Pasteur
The town's former wealth is evinced by the...
Religious Sites Narbonne
 
Cathédrale St-Pierre
After taking in the broad vistas of the...
Religious Sites Montpellier
 
Cathédrale Ste-Cécile
One of the most unusual and dazzling churches in...
Religious Sites Albi
 
Cloître St-Salvi
From the central square and parking area in...
Religious Sites Albi
 
Église de la Madeleine
The heavily restored church, with its distinctive...
Religious Sites Beziers
 
Ensemble Conventuel des Jacobins
An extraordinary structure built in the 1230s for...
Religious Sites Toulouse
 
Notre-Dame de la Dalbade
Originally called Sancta Maria de Ecclesia...
Religious Sites Toulouse
 
Notre-Dame de la Daurade
The 18th-century Notre-Dame de la Daurade...
Religious Sites Toulouse
 
Notre-Dame du Taur
Built on the spot where St. Saturnin (or Sernin),...
Religious Sites Toulouse
 
Notre-Dame-des-Anges
At the end of Boulevard du Boramar is the...
Religious Sites Collioure

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