Cathédrale Saint-Étienne d'Auxerre, Auxerre

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Known for its expansive stained glass windows, Cathédrale Saint-Étienne d'Auxerre is one of the few cathedrals with original stained glass. Built between 1215 and 1233, most of the Burgundian Gothic cathedral is above an 11th century crypt. The oldest portion of the building is the crypt, and the most modern feature is the small cupola atop of the spiral staircase on the western tower with a Renaissance design. Plan your Cathédrale Saint-Étienne d'Auxerre visit and explore what else you can see and do in Auxerre using our Auxerre road trip app.
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  • This is another good example of a gothic cathedral. Quite a few of them around! It’s worth a walk through and has some interesting detail; though not particularly unique in any way that the average....  more »
  • Visited the Cathedral in October 2019 whilst on a tour of the area. Auxerre is a very historic town and well worth stopping in and walking around. The Cathedral is situated high above the river and...  more »
  • Lovely architecture, but much like all the others in the country even the world are much the same as each other. The difference is the history there.
  • Interesting church

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