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Aix Cathedral in Aix-en-Provence in southern France is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the seat of the Archbishop of Aix. It is built on the site of the 1st century Roman forum of Aix. Built and re-built from the 12th until the 19th century, it includes Romanesque, Gothic and Neo-Gothic elements, as well as Roman columns and parts of the baptistery from a 6th-century Christian church. It is a national monument of France.
- also known as Cathedrale Saint-Sauveur d'Aix; Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur d'Aix, Aix-en-Provence
- part of Aix-en-Provence
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Time Out France (2009)
Perfect Places to Stay, Eat & Explore by Time Out
With its semi-fortified exterior and Gothic central door, Aix cathedral is a hotchpotch of Romanesque, ...
South of France (2009)
Provence and the Côte D'Azur by Time Out
With its semi-fortified exterior and Gothic central door, Aix cathedral is a hotchpotch of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and baroque – reflecting its on-off construction from the fifth to ...
Covering the Entire Period of Musical History from the Earliest Times to the Season of 1908-09 by Leander Jan Bekker
DAVID DA VIES Son of a gifted amateur musician, David became a chorister at Aix Cathedral, composed hymns and a quartet for strings at 13; conducted at the Aix theatre and later at St. Sauveur; entered the Paris Conservatoire, 1830 ...
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