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Notre-Dame de Noyon


West façade of the Cathedral at Noyon. Photograph by James Mitchell.

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Notre-Dame de Noyon

Noyon Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Noyon) is a Roman Catholic church and former cathedral, located in Noyon, France. It was formerly the seat of the Bishopric of Noyon, abolished by the Concordat of 1801 and merged into the Diocese of Beauvais. The cathedral was constructed on the site of a church burned down in 1131 and is a fine example of the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture.

Noyon Cathedral at Wikipedia

On the website Mapping Gothic France, you can access an interactive floorplan of the Noyon Cathedral:

Noyon Cathedral at Mapping Gothic France

La cathédrale de Noyon par Drone d'école
Cathédrale de Noyon
Noyon Cathedral House. Photograph by James Mitchell.

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Published in 29/04/2019

Updated in 19/02/2021

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