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Cathedral in Sées – Well worth a visit.
If you like to wander around large impressively built Abbey’s or Churches then the Abbey / Cathedral in Sées – Well worth a visit.
There is so much history with this site which dates back to 560,...More
This Cathedral is well worth a visit. Smaller and not as tall as some other great cathedrals, once you are inside the stones seem to soar above you and the glass, old and not quite so old, is marvellous. Sit for a time and savour...More
You cant miss it, the cathedral is dominating the city and its neighbourhoods. Really beautiful to watch, however inside is not as extraordinary as we could expect. The organ is probably the masterpiece to watch whereas the statues and paintings are more traditionnal.
You cannot fail to see this building as you towards Sees. We were 'drawn' into the town, parked easily and enjoyed strolling round.
But the Cathedral is sadly neglected. Oh...it deserves to be in much better condition. Inside it's vast and cold and Sad.
Another masterpiece of Gothic architecture in Normandy. Especially a lot of stained-glass windows with variety of the patterns and colors. Lift up your eyes and will see stained-glass roses on both sides of the altar. Also high and beautiful stained-glass windows in central chapel of...More
This is worth a visit for the wow factor.
The cathedral is huge and looks incredible. It's twin spires are huge and the building looks amazing.
The surround town is also lovely with plenty of cafe to sit outside and admire the historic view
Visited the cathedral today, absolutely great. It stands tall and proud with its double spires and is a true hidden gem. Won't say any more, make up your own mind. The rest of the town is equally as beautiful the palace and gardens behind the...More
I had visited this cathedrale many many years ago and as we were going to be passing through the region decided to visit again. As you travel along the A road the towering spires draw you in. We visited on Saturday morning so the market...More