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Cathedral Sainte-Marie de l'Assomption

Monument in Vaison-la-Romaine

Cathedral Sainte-Marie de l'Assomption - Monument in Vaison-la-Romaine
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The church called-high cathedral...

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The church was built in 1464 on the site of an ancient chapel. It is located at the base of the cliff and includes at its base the bulwark of the Upper Town.

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Stones, recovered from the ruins of the St. Lawrence chapel of the twelfth century, in the facings are recognizable to their brand hack.

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The cathedral consists of a nave of four spans of unequal lengths, arched ribs and a pentagonal choir covered with a ribbed vault sexpartite.

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Four lateral chapels open to the east and west in each bay of the nave. A platform supported by a drum is attached on the back of the facade of the Jesuit style (1776).

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Sacristy, covered with a barrel vault, communicates with the choir.

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The square bell tower dated 1470, rises above the third West side chapel.

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This building, changed over time, was abandoned in 1897 during the resumption of worship in the Romanesque cathedral Notre-Dame de Nazareth.

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Other monuments nearby

Roman Bridge of Vaison-la-RomaineVaison-la-Romaine
Castle of the Comtes de ToulouseVaison-la-Romaine
Archaeological Site of PuyminVaison-la-Romaine
Archaeological Site of the VillasseVaison-la-Romaine
Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-NazarethVaison-la-Romaine
Chapel Saint-QueninVaison-la-Romaine
Chapel Notre-Dame de NazarethEntrechaux (6 km)
Wayside Cross of MalaucèneMalaucène (8.6 km)

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