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Cathedral Saint-Apollinaire

Monument in Valence

It was built in the eleventh century in the heart of the religious quarter. Its bell tower was used as a watchtower to monitor the surrounding countryside and navigation on the Rhone. It was completely destroyed in the sixteenth century and rebuilt exactly the seventeenth century. In the nineteenth century, the tower was struck by lightning. It was rebuilt in stone of Crussol whose white color contrasts with the rest of the building mainly sandstone. It was classified a historical monument in 1869.

Opening timesMonday: Closed   •   Tuesday: Closed   •   Wednesday: Closed   •   Thursday: Closed   •   Friday: Closed   •   Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM   •   Sunday: Closed
Address4 Place du Pendentif, Valence

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House of the TêtesValence
Kiosque PeynetValence
Castle of CrussolSaint-Péray (3.1 km)
Castle of ChâteaubourgChâteaubourg (8.1 km)
Castle DurtailSaint-Romain-de-Lerps (8.5 km)
Church Saint-DidierAlixan (11.8 km)
Castle of PlatsPlats (12.1 km)
Castle of CrozatAlboussière (12.1 km)


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Thursday 7 december
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