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Cathedrale St. Sauveur

Place des Martyrs de la Resistance, Aix-en-Provence, France
+33 4 42 23 45 65
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Place des Martyrs de la Resistance, Aix-en-Provence, France
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Very Nice cathedral with interessant features such as a second fake Organ, juist to keep the symmetri. Take your time and visit the beautiful cloister; it's an excellent guided tour and without admission fee.

Thank Ingwe40
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This cathedral is unique in its Romanesque and Gothic architectural mixture. It dates from the 5th century to the 16th century. It should not be missed when in Aix.

Thank bracha t
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Old gothic architecture can be a bit gloomy. The use of light and masterful paintings make this cathedral shine. Make sure that you take a good look at the area where they have preserved some of the oldest Roman remins in Aix en Provence. The...More

Thank DDore
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

An eclectic mix of styles, from 5th century Romano-Gallic to 16th century. The 5th century baptistery with its Roman pillars, mosaic and 14th century frescoes is amazing. Huge organ which was being played beautifully while we were there. Much less ornate than most Roman Catholic...More

Thank wendyanddavid536
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not the most beautiful of cathedrals but few could match its history. It has four apses (most have just one!), reflecting four very different period and styles. The oldest, the baptistery, dates back to the very start of Christianity in Europe, in the fifth century....More

Thank Michael S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We happened upon this cathedral when wandering through old, historic Aix. It is absolutely stunning! Not a large building, but just magnificent in every detail.

Thank glynisc365
Reviewed 18 May 2017

We visited this Cathedrale during our Shore Excursions provided by Royal Caribbean. It was a good place, if someone love history and catholic its worth to visit.

Thank Nilakshi2015
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

An important historical monument for the city, it's built on the old Roman forum and an active Roman Catholic Church. If you like religious music, I recommend visiting for the various liturgies of the hours. I stopped in for Morning Prayer, Lauds, twice and it...More

Thank Renee M
Reviewed 10 May 2017

A grand building with lots of extensive interest including Roman remains and fine architecture. The cloisters are open morning and afternoon for guided tours - but have a closed lunch period

Thank Madalyn H
Reviewed 17 April 2017

This is a magnificent cathedral with impressive works of art and superb acoustics. We've attended both services and a concert here and both were beautiful. Located in the old historic district of Aix-en-Provence, it is easy to find and near many good restaurants.

Thank Tim T
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