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We spent a slightly wet afternoon exploring Saint-Lizier. All seemed closed down but we located the tourist office just outside the Cathedral which was open and we were given some useful information about the place. The 'Cathedral' is very small as has been mentioned and...More
We were the only people there early on Christmas Eve afternoon. The cathedral is really only the size of a biggish church but still has large amounts of original decoration on the ceilings and walls - beautiful paintings behind the main altar, contrasting with the...More
Very old and intriguing little cathedral. Crookedly build. Nice eye for detailed craftsmanship. There was a strange woman who shouted to us in French. Turned out she was inviting us to take a nice picture
While the cathedral itself was not particularly outstanding, the sense of quiet within is very moving, and the cloister is especially impressive, and is of personal interest as much of the stone used and found in this part of France also may be seen at...More