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The cathedral of Notre-Dame in Bayeux is an impressive building, a mix of Romanesque in the 11th century crypt and glorious Gothic in the 13th-century nave. In the 11th century after the Conquest of England by Duke William of Normandy in 1066, ties...more
Survived WW III intact Not much original stained glass but much wonderful stonework and open spired steeple.very informative displays . The original display area for the Bayeaux tapestry would have been it's interior.Also still a working Church
The Cathedral is a wonderful stop while in Bayeux. We were there on a Saturday morning and had almost the entire Cathedral to ourselves which made for a quiet and inspirational visit. Don't miss the crypt below as that is definitely an interesting site with...More
We listened to an excellent organ recital in the cathedral one evening - free to attend but a retiring collection taken up. Keep an eye open for the concerts that are held there - excellent acoustics. Wheelchair access from a side door - but quite...More