Had the pleasure on walking into a wedding, good to see such a nice church still in use by the locals!
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If you happen to be able to visit this magnificent cathedral when not encompassed with tourist, it is most definitely worth the time. Simple beautiful.
The cathedral is very beautiful with colourful stained glass. Building started in the 14th century. The ceiling towers above you. It is quiet and peaceful inside. It has many side chapels dedicated to different saints and at least 2 have golden altarpieces. Underneath the organ there is a passage leading to a Romanesque chapel where with a recumbent effigy of... More
A pretty, and small cathedral. Worth wondering around the cathedral areas of the old town of perpignan, small boutiques are the new residents of this Quartier. Nice old streets and alleyways. Head back towards the Castillet tower if you get lost
We found it to be very beautiful and peaceful. It was not crowded with tourists. Easy to walk to from the pedestrianised area.
The exterior of the cathedral is not very prepossessing, but it's huge inside, with interesting side altars (including a picture of Our Lady of Guinea, a gift from the twinned diocese of Kankan - yes, really!) The chairs were gathered in the front of the cathedral, but a strict female custodian was not averse at shouting at our seven-year-old not... More
Beautiful cathedral with amazing stained glass and an ornate organ. My son who lived in Perpignan wanted to show us the statues on the courtyard but it was closed
It was interesting to find such a big middle age cathedral in a quite small city. One understands it when one gets to the tomb of the almost unknown King of Majorca who ruled that part of France at the beginning of the 14th century. Enjoy!
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