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La Cathédrale Saint-Etienne

Place Saint-Etienne,
Toulouse
Midi-Pyrenees
France

Type: Religious Site
Addmission Fee: Free

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La Cathédrale Saint-Etienne was built over an extended period from the 12th to the 16th centuries, and that shows. It is worth a visit to this disjointed attraction for novelty’s sake alone. Inside, the art and stained glass windows are attractive.
Last updated January 31, 2012
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