Cathedral Toulouse-Lautrec


Choir Windows


Saint CÚcile Cathedral

The city's famous Gothic cathedral, dedicated to Saint CÚcile, was built between 1282 and 1512 and is one of the finest cathedrals in southern France. It was built to serve as a fortress as well and is made entirely of brick.



model showing how the Gothic arched ceiling  was place under
the square brick structure with its trussed roof


the tower



the Gothic style portal





The Interior





a chapel









the altar


the pulpet







Photos of the Choir

Photos of the Stained Glass Windows

Choir Windows

Cathedral Toulouse-Lautrec

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