Saint-Malo Cathedral, Saint-Malo

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Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Church
Currently a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Vincent of Saragossa, Saint-Malo Cathedral is a Romanesque cathedral that has been managed by the monks of Marmoutier since 1108. The pulpit dates from the 18th century, and the western façade of the nave has neo-Classical décor from the 18th century. Housed in the spire are four bells, and many modern renovations adorn this place of worship. The key to this cathedral is listening to its Korg organ playing ancient French and German repertoire. Plan my day in Saint-Malo using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • Beautiful cathedral with old elements but also modern elements. Remarkable are the bronze altar pieces, the stained glass windows and the paintings. I personally liked Augustin Frison-Roche's...  more »
  • We always visit churches and this time were lucky. With many others we listened t o the rehearsals of the choir singing Gregorian chants. Apart from that it is one of many cathedrals that are...  more »
  • Calm, quiet and tranquil. Perfect place to sit and think. Women are not allowed in with bare shoulders....
  • A beautiful French museum with stunning stained glass. Well worth a visit.
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