Cathedrale St-Lazare, Autun

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Must see · Architectural Building · Religious Site
Famous for its Cluniac monk inspiration and Romanesque sculptures by Gislebertus, Cathedrale St-Lazare highlights Romanesque art as the seat of the Bishop of Autun. View the column capitals and the main façade embellished with realistic sculptures and artwork that were commissioned as a means of teaching Christian ethics through dramatic scenes of heaven and hell. Complete your trip with the famous "Last Judgment" by Gislebertus located in the west tympanum. PutCathedrale St-Lazare into our Autun travel planning site and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Fantastic Cathedral- it has just had a full renovation- interior and exterior- to a high standard- the stone work is very interesting and the stone carving above the main entrance is fabulous...  more »
  • Marvellous. Thank you, Giselbertus, for the wonderful sculpture. You can see more of his work in the Musée Rolin.  more »
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  • Worthy trip to this town. The interior is undergoing major rennovations so only back portion open to public. continue behind and up street to right to a local pottery maker who is in her eighties and been crafting since the 50s.
  • The cathedral is being restored so 90% is closed. Tourist information failed to mention this so we walked up there basically for nothing. What is accessible is beautiful.
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