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Built in the 13th century, shortly after the founding of Montauban. This massive church on a fortified base still bears traces of cannonballs fired during the siege of 1621 by Louis XIII. It is built in brick like most buildings in the city and has...More
A large church with an impressive bell tower. My husband was interested in the holes left by the 16th century canonballs. Inside it is large church with painted plaster walls, which are however in need of some restoration. The stained glass is largely Victorian. But...More
The church is a few yards away from the Place Nationale. It is pretty from the outside and is worth a walk through. I spent 10 or 15 minutes walking around and thought it was plenty. On the other side of the church down toward...More
A historic church predating the cathedral retaining remarkable character as well as vestiges damage. It relates to the medieval city and though it is not of the red stone of the Toulouse - Montauban masonry it is an example of original reformed structure with an...More
Montauban - despite being a town by UK size - has superb churches and a number of them. The coolness and calm quality which pervades such old stone is amazing to visit and contemplate - even though I am not religious
Very impressive red brick building which was the cathedral before the white stone cathedral was built. Canon ball damage from Louis XIII's siege is visible on the exterior. Unusual mural on the front over the doors. Couldn't get in on a Sunday Morning.