"Le miracle de Faverney", inside the cathedral, is something you ought to see. Nice piece of religious art.
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For a change of perspective, it is always fun to climb the bell tower of the local basilica or cathedral. This particular climb is free, you need only to find the volunteers who will give you a pass.
The cathedral was one of the most impressive I have seen, especially considering the size of the town. I would certainly recommend a visit.
If you are passing through this area then it would not be right to miss out on the central historical area of this town. Old archways around the square, various shops including authentic bakers and butchers, and as well as the church you have a fountain area in the centre of the square that has lights that tell you the... More
First impression was that stonework was clean, but read earlier review mentioning a restoration. Well done!. There were numerous little chapels on the side of the church. The glass is bright and depictions crisp. Some windows probably blown out in some war. Then there was the memorial chapel for WW1 and WW2 casualties. We were the only tourists with a... More
Worth a visit this Gothis cathedral is located near the main square of the city and every thursdays there is a market with local products worth a visit.
We were unaware of the beauty and significance of this magnificent building until we had a chance visit to Dole. Nevertheless, we were so pleased to discover this amazing building. The architecture is beat taking and the 2009 restoration is so skilled you wouldn't know it had been done. It certainly a large church and the Gothic style is impressive... More
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