Saint-Etienne Cathedral was built between the 12th and 17th centuries. It provides visitors with a fascinating insight into the architectural evolution of the cathedral over five centuries. Indeed, its construction began in a Romanesque style, followed by Gothic, and finally Baroque.
Discover the cathedral’s many treasures including:
- Exceptional stained glass dating back to the 12th century
- Ledger stones
- A painting depicting the consecration of the cathedral by Pope Eugene III
- The organ cabinet installed in 1849