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In town to check out the medieval old town, I went into the cathedral expecting a provincial rendering of a classic style. Well let me tell you. It is old and authentic and and glorious as any I have seen in Paris and beyond.
Quimper is the administrative centre of Brittany, although it is smaller than Brest. Unlike Brest which was destroyed during the second world war, Quimper has preserved a lot of its history. The cathedral of St. Corentin is a gothic cathedral and its towers are supposed...More
The whole family loved this cathedral (especially as it was raining when we visited Quimper!!). It was lovely seeing all the regalia on display around the cathedral down each side aisle. Windows were beautiful as well. Would be good to see the outside in dry...More
The twin towers of the Cathedral with their delicate stonework dominate the centre of town and stand out in any view of the river Odet in that area. Inside the striking thing is the way in which the choir does not line up with the...More
At the core of the city, and a lovely example of Gothic church architecture. There was some ceremony going on in the area the day we visited, many locals dressed in old Breton costumes. Most came into the Cathedral. This added to the distinct sense...More