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This is the smallest cathedral in France and set atop a large rocky outcrop overlooking the village. It's a bit of a steep walk up the cobbled streets to get here but we’ll worth the climb.
Check out the wonderful marble altar and the lovely...More
This Cathedral is the smallest active Cathedral in France, and was built in the 1200s. Located in a charming Medieval town with lots of history, picturesque streets and buildings. The Cathedral is on a hill with great views
This was a hike up a steep hill - but definitely worth the trek. The building’s kind of plain on the outside but lovely on the inside. I encourage you to walk through this medieval town to see the jewel at the top.
This is the oldest medieval town I have ever walked around. We were there during a public holiday in France which allowed us to explore the old town without too many tourists.
You certainly feel how old this town is. The buildings range from 12th...More
As we drove around the Ardeche area of France, we arrived at the town of Viviers and were struck by its little cathedral, the smallest in France. The spot on which the cathedral stands was consecrated in the 4th century C.E., but the current building...More
Most people do not visit Viviers,but, it is well worth it. The old village is extremely well preserved and very walk-able, We took a gentle walking tour with Liz an expat from the UK. She provided us with excellent history and overall ,information of the...More
The Cathedral is small and relatively plain compared to most other Gothic Cathedrals. This in some ways is a great benefit because you can actually see and appreciate the actual building as opposed to the paints, sculpture, tapestries that usually dominate the interior of Gothic...More
This is a lovely small cathedral in the flamboyant gothic style. More significantly it is located in a charming historic town where the houses are extremely well preserved.There is also a viewpoint above the Cathedral where there are stunning views over the Rhône valley &...More