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This is a fantastic place with a wealth of treasures which would put other museums and cathedrals to shame.
Highlight for us was a room with amazing dioramas, really detailed, never seen anything like them before. There was a very knowledgeable guy in there explaining...More
It may be Frances smallest Cathedral but it has some eclectic artefacts. Above the font is Chagall’s captivating mosaic. Upstairs are 17C wooden polychrome statues of the Crucifixion and ancient carved choir stalls.
Peaceful and well worth a short time to visit
One of the smallest cathedral of the area, worth seeing, and looking into the stories of where it was built on. Vence, used to be dedicated to God Mars by the Romans. Pity this cathedral is poorly lit inside. Not much history written there about...More
Dating back to the 11th century, the Notre-Dame de la Nativité Cathedral is the smallest Cathedral in France!
It may be small, but it is also both beautiful and interesting with a 5th century sarcophagus, collections of painted wooden statues and intricate paper sculptures, and...More
lovely little cathedral . the mosaic (by chagall) was covered for restoration work in that part of the church. we were able to duck under the screen to see it, but until the work is complete (hopefully soon!), there isnt much to see,
A lovely and very old church which is worth a visit when visiting Vence. While we were there a gentleman was showing another couple around and invited us to join them on the tour. Unfortunately or French was not good enough to follow everything he...More
Sited on ruins from Roman times this Cathedral has seem some history pass ! The Church of the Nativity has a fantastic entry tower, very ornate & the interior is just as beautiful and is well worth a look while in Vence !
Very serene and in fantastic condition considering it's age.visit and respect the tradition.
Inside is a beautiful mosaic by Chagall done while he was living in Vence. This is located in the old town and will take just moments to enjoy.