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Visited for centuries by pilgrims, this is a place of peace and beauty. Local government is currently redeveloping the surrounding area to be more in harmony with the basilica. Try to be there for an organ concert.
There is a lot of work going on outside and inside this stunning church but it doesn’t detract from the experience of visiting here. The interior of the church with its altar, side chapels, frescos and mosaics is on a par with some of the...More
Nothing beats seeing this place in person. Am simply in awe of the sight of the church. A bag of mixed feelings it brought, the grandness of it on the outside, but the unkept entrance didn't do it justice. Inside the church, brought upon a...More
Distinctive wedding cake tower, leaning gently, tops this huge Romanesque Church. Most guide books describe it as the largest pure Romanesque church in Western Europe.
The nave is a soaring feat of light, only marginally spoiled by the fussy 18C Baroque additions around the altar,...More
This is certainly a beautiful and important landmark, but the entire area is under heavy construction. They are building what should be a beautiful plaza to surround the Basilica, but right now it is a big mess. You can go inside, but it is a...More
We did not know the history of St. Sernin and so we decided to go and visit the basilica. We learned so much about this Saint and how he came to be a Saint. This is close to the city center but since there is...More