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The Saint-Etienne cathedral

Historical sites and monuments




A disconcerting church because its building was spread over 5 centuries, from the 13th Century to the 16th Century, during which the architectural concepts went through significant transformations. Entrance to the cathedral is via the nave called Raymondine, of a southern gothic style with its wide View full description single nave. The second part of the building, made up of a vast choir, was built in a Northern gothic style in order to rival other great cathedrals. The cathedral contains some interesting ornamental elements: stained glass windows, tapestries, paintings, a large rose window, a magnificent large organ suspended 17 metres up and 17 chapels. Hide description


  • Specific activities for children
  • Free
  • Individual tours
  • Individual guided tours
  • Group visits
  • Group guided tours

for children

  • Supervised children's activities : Yes

practical information

  • Place Saint Etienne
  • 31000 TOULOUSE
  • Location : Centre
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  • Metro / Tram near :
    François Verdier
  • véloToulouse near