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St. Pierre Cathedral

St. Pierre Cathedral

4.6/595 Reviews
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June-September: Monday-Friday 9:30-18:30, Saturday 9:30-17:00, Sunday 12:00-18:30; October-May: Monday-Saturday 10: 00-17:30, Sunday 12:00-17:30. Stop the tower half an hour before closing. (Local time)
St. Peter's Cathedral is located in the old town of Geneva, majestic and striking. Built between 1160 and 1232, it is an impressive landmark in the old town. The cathedral blends a variety of architectural styles. The spectacular façade is built with a Greek Koslin-style white column. It is a Greek temple. The Romanesque main building is lined with Gothic spires and arches. . St. Peter's Basilica has two towers that climb to the top of the tower and offer views of Geneva's Old Town and Lake Geneva.
Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church

4.7/53 Reviews
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Eglise Russe

Eglise Russe

4.6/513 Reviews
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Notre Dame Basilica

Notre Dame Basilica

5/51 Reviews
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Cathedrale de Lausanne

Cathedrale de Lausanne

4.4/599 Reviews
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Eglise St-François de Sales

Eglise St-François de Sales

4.7/514 Reviews
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Church of St. Francis

Church of St. Francis

4.5/559 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Eglise St-Maurice

Eglise St-Maurice

5/53 Reviews
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Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourviere

Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourviere

4.7/5119 Reviews
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Monday-Sunday 7:15-18:00. (Local time)
Lyon Cathedral

Lyon Cathedral

4.4/5115 Reviews
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Monday-Friday 8:15-19:45, Saturday 8:15-19:00, Sunday 8:00-19:00. January 1, the first Monday after Easter, May 1 , May 8th, Pentecost, July 14th and November 11th 8:00-13:00. Visitors are prohibited from visiting during the week. Detailed opening time reference official website (Local time)
Cathédrale Saint-Jean Baptiste is located on the banks of the Saône River. It was built in 1180 and lasted for three centuries. The church is very old and has a high status. It has a history of nearly a thousand years and is both Romance and Gothic. It is said that the Archbishop of Lyon enjoys the status of chief archbishop, so his cathedral is named after the chief cathedral. The ceremony of the coronation of Pope John XXII was held here. In 1600, Henry IV and Queen Maria hosted a grand wedding ceremony here.
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