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Worth a stop

After fires destroyed many of the archipelago’s wooden churches, this cathedral was built of cement... read more

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CatharineB
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Ottawa, Canada
Sunday Mass

It is a lovely old Cathedral in middle of the town is Saint Pierre.. the mass was in French but was... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Reemsaliba
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Gander, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

After fires destroyed many of the archipelago’s wooden churches, this cathedral was built of cement and was opened in 1907. The interior features upper galleries and railings made of wrought iron, I also learned that the stained glass windows were offered in 1967 by General...More

Thank CatharineB
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It is a lovely old Cathedral in middle of the town is Saint Pierre.. the mass was in French but was very nice and not too long

Thank Reemsaliba
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I recently visited Saint Pierre and its Cathedral. Easily walkable from the ‘downtown’ square. Very beautiful interior. Worth a visit in this quaint little town.

Thank Alaska23_Family
Reviewed 17 May 2018

Gothic designed catholic church in Rennes and had been classified as a historic monument since 1906. It's open to the public and has the most magnificent ceilings. Well worth seeing.

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