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While the renovation in progress makes it difficult to get a sense of the interior space as a whole, the exhibition of the original capital sculptures upstairs in the sacristy space makes the trip a MUST. (2 euro entry fee is collected by a very...More
... inside and outside. Absolutely to see are the capitals in the church and especially in the show room:
It is fascinating to be so near to the stories that have been engraved in stone by a well-known stone carver of the 11th century: e.g....More
This cathedral holds so much history. They do a great job of telling all the stories - How the cathedral came to be and all the incredible pieces they continue to find within its walls. They had a Norwegian woman taking the tickets who was...More
I am sure this cathedral is beautiful and it is imposing from the outside, but at the time of writing more than half the interior is partitioned off for restoration. So there is not a lot to see inside and the photographers were short of...More
We enjoyed a stroll through the Upper Quarter of Autun and had a short visit to,the cathedral. The main cathedral is under renovation and we were only able to see a side worship area. The building architecture is outstanding and a marvel of engineering for...More
This cathedral was a quite exceptional. Its vaulted arches and simple white stone made it one of the most architecturally stunning interiors i have seen. I must say i start to get confused between one vast gothic cathedral and another, but this was really sensational....More
Nice but steep walk to the cathedral. The cathedral itself is not worth a visit but is not very special compared with other cathedrals in France. There are nice restaurants with terras around the cathedral.