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Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

5 Boulevard Général Sibille, 81000 Albi, France

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About Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

Saint Cecilia’s, the largest brick-built cathedral in the world has the appearance of a fortified castle and offers those who push its door a striking collection of paintings, sculptures, and statues. More than 800,000 visitors cross the threshold each year. It was the most visited site in the UNESCO World Heritage classed Episcopal City.



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Musée Toulouse-Lautrec0.12km from Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

The Toulouse-Lautrec museum is to be found in one of the most beautiful corners of Albi. The Berbie Palace is one of the Episcopal City’s major sites, with world heritage status. The museum is recognised internationally for the works of this artist from Albi. The museum houses over a thousand works by Toulouse-Lautrec. It is based on a donation by Toulouse-Lautrec's mother after his death in 1901.

Cité de l'Espace64.52km from Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

The Cité de l'Espace is a park dedicated to the conquest of space, space technologies, and the planets, it is located in Toulouse and opened on June 27, 1997.  You can see exhibits on astronautics and astronomy, model rockets of space stations of planets, etc. Animations allow you to better understand certain aspects of the constraints undergone by the body. A rotating chair will completely disorient your sense of balance, but once you have recovered you will be able to taste the joys of traveli

Basilique Saint-Sernin de Toulouse66.58km from Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

The Saint-Sernin basilica in Toulouse is a sanctuary built to house the relics of Saint Saturnin , the first bishop of Toulouse, martyred in 250 . Saint-Sernin is one of the largest preserved Romanesque churches in Europe, along with the cathedral in Speyer , Germany. It was served from the ix th century at the latest until the French Revolution, by a canonical community.

Musée Saint-Raymond66.66km from Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

The Saint-Raymond museum, Toulouse archeology museum, or more simply Saint-Raymond museum, formerly the antique museum, is the archaeological museum of Toulouse opened in 1892. It is housed within the walls of the former Saint-University college. Raymond dating from the xvi th century one borders on the Saint-Sernin basilica. It preserves and presents archaeological collections from protohistory to the early Middle Ages, mainly Celtic, Roman, and early Christian periods.

Place du Capitole66.69km from Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

The Capitol Square is a square in the historic center of Toulouse in France. It is located in the heart of the Capitole district, in sector 1 of the city. Flanked by grand municipal buildings, the square includes the long neo-classical facade of Capitole, the city hall, built in the 1750s.  The name "Capitole" referred not only to the Roman Capitol but also to the capitulum, which was the chapter of the governing magistrates. It was a centre of contention during the 1562 Toulouse Riots, with Hug

Musée des Augustins66.71km from Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi

The Musée des Augustins is the Museum of Fine Arts in Toulouse in Haute-Garonne. Created by decision of23 December 1793and opened in 1795, it is housed in the former Augustinian convent in Toulouse. It brings together important collections of painting and sculpture. The first collections are made up of revolutionary seizures and works from the Royal Academy of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture of Toulouse.

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