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Bayeux cathedral

This post is dedicated to the Bayeux cathedral, while my last post focused the city.

Bayeux cathedral “Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Bayeux” is a romanesc cathedral, just like oft of the cathedrals we visited during our trip in the Normandie. While most of the other cathedrals in the Normandie (and also in Brittyny, as we found last year) only have very few room betwenn the church and the houses around, this cathedral has planty of room. This might be a result from bombs during WWII, but I don’t know. In fact, you have enough room to walk around and watch it from outside very carefully.

While waiting for the next post you have the time to look carfully to the photos and admire the artistry of the builders in 11th century.

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