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Basilica of Saint-Nazaire

La Cite, Carcassonne, France
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So I'm walking around the medieval City, the brochure says the Basilica has the finest stained... read more

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Andrew D
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Don't forget to visit the garden for truly phenomenal views. This place is ridiculously beautiful... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
London, United Kingdom
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La Cite, Carcassonne, France

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So I'm walking around the medieval City, the brochure says the Basilica has the finest stained glass in the South of France, you wouldn't know from the outside. But once you step inside - WOW! amazing, the organ is playing too - just breathtaking -...More

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Don't forget to visit the garden for truly phenomenal views. This place is ridiculously beautiful! The tower is also meant to be excellent.

Thank 00Felis00
Reviewed 1 week ago

From the outside the look is disarming as Such an old building that has seen history take place before it. This only adds to its mysterious charm. The inside is well worth the effort . Peaceful atmosphere that permeates , is both charming and interesting...More

Thank MaisonLorchidee
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I was amazed at just how peaceful this church was, despite the many visitors inside and the throngs outside, despite all this there was a definite sense of times past and the feeling that this beautiful monument will still be here long after we have...More

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A beautiful building with some excellent stained glass. An added bonus was a group of men singing acapella. Although they were trying to sell CDs of their music they were in no way obtrusive and did not spoil the visit in any way, in fact...More

Thank SamJRich
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice church, though not extremely special. When short in time you can skip this one I think, it is like many others. If you go, pay attention to the windows; they are beautiful!

Thank nicolien_vp
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The basilica is an interesting mix of Roman and Gothic architecture. The stained windows are beautiful, especially the few original ones. Unfortunately, the crowds make it difficult to appreciate the church.

Thank Guillaume R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There was a group of Russian singers that were performing throughout the day. Listening to the men singing in the ancient basilica brought us to another place in time. Absolutely captivating.

Thank Jenny-Jetset
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We arrived here, and were awestruck with the sainglassed windows, truly awe inspiring. And at the bak of the Basilica is an enormous organ. While we were there there were 4 gentlemen singing hymns. The had the most powerful voices I have ever heard and...More

Thank ComfortablyNumb133
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I can not say that it stands out especially against the background of other magnificent cathedrals in the south of France, but inside the city ensemble this cathedral looks special, complementing the general impression of the city. Look at it.

Thank Broytman G
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