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Amiens Cathedral is one of the finest examples of late Gothic art in Europe. It is also the Cathedral of records since it is the largest in France and the spire rises to a height of 112.70 meters. The towers provide splendid views of the city and of...more
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The size of this structure is what impressed us. The light provided by huge windows also allows the visitor better visual access to the many works of art than in most large churches in France. I found the exhibits on the cathedral during WWI to...More
We visited at the beginning of December, having seen the son et lumière light show the previous night. The size of this cathedral is amazing, and the beauty and craftsmanship of the interior is very impressive.
Light & sound show at 7pm was terrific. Well worth a visit. Not sure whether it was on because of Christmas or whether it is a regular occurrence. Christmas in Amiens streets is fantastic, markets everywhere and great atmosphere.
Stunning 13th Century cathedral which has become very symbolic to Australians. Visited on the occasion of the 100 years since the end of WW1 and was amazed at how untouched this amazing piece of architecture is. Windows are stunning and most authentic church I have...More
We went back twice to experience this magnificent cathedral. There was just too much to take in! From the moment you see the spectacular 13th century edifice and then step inside, you will be amazed and will understand why it has been listed a UNESCO...More
The show is only available during the summer and the Christmas holidays. The time moves based on when the sun is setting. When we went it was 11pm. I beleive it starts a little earlier now. The tourist office located... More
The show is only available during the summer and the Christmas holidays. The time moves based on when the sun is setting. When we went it was 11pm. I beleive it starts a little earlier now. The tourist office located right next to the Cathedral will have the time.
Please note, even the tourist office acknowledges that the show starts late most evenings. Definitely worth waiting for.
The cool thing is at the end of the light show, they leave the cathedral lit up like it was painted hundreds of years ago. (yes, all the great cathedrals were once painted!!!)
Cathedrale Notre Dame Bayeux Easter Mass (1 Replies)
Does anyone know where to find the Mass times for Easter this year? I can not get on there website?
March 12, 2016|
Pls help me review my itinerary! (7 Replies)
Hi, I have 5D4N to cover the main attractions in Normandy (except Mont St Michel since I have been there before) and Loire Valley. We will be driving on our own, so I would appreciate your help to review my itinerary and give suggestions on the accommodations. We only have time to visit 1 or 2 Chateau in Loire Valley and maybe do some photo-taking from the outside for the rest as mentioned below. I have chosen Chateau de Blois and Chateau de Chambord for visiting. Are they a "must see"...More
October 25, 2006|
Be sure and visit Chateau Chenoceaux. It was a royal chateaux and is quite spectacular. The audio tour is excellent. We just returned a week ago and stayed at Domaine Des Hauts De Loire. It is quite wonderful with an excellent dining room and staff.
Cathedral Mass Times (2 Replies)
Could anyone tell me the Saturday/Sunday mass times at the Cathedrale Notre Dame Bayeux please.