The city’s cathedral was started in 1324 but not completed until the late 16th century and built in Catalan gothic style which is very different from classic French gothic. The impressive columned nave is wide, with side chapels retaining ornate 16th and 17th-century retables (altarpieces). Leave through the south door to see the chapel with the polychrome wooden Devost-Christ (Devout Christ), a magnificent 14th-century woodcarving depicting the suffering of Jesus on the cross.
pl. Gambetta/rue de l’Horloge, France
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours June–Sep daily 8am–7pm, Oct–May 8am–6pm Phone 04-68-51-33-72 Prices Free admission
Mappl. Gambetta/rue de l’Horloge France Perpignan
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