Notre-Dame cathedral

Published the 02/12/2015
Situated in the heart of the medieval city, the Bayeux cathedral is a gem of Norman architecture, remarkably well preserved. Dedicated in the presence of William the Conqueror in 1077, it was later extended in the Gothic style.

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