Church of Notre Dame de la Platé

The church was rebuilt in the Baroque style from 1743 to 1755. The bells of the carillon of Notre-Dame-de-la-Platé have been ringing at 11.45am every morning (except Sunday) since 1847!

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Rue Chambre-de-l'Edit
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Strange caryatids support the balustered
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Castres Cathedral
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Castres Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint
15 minutes
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Housed in the former bishop's palace
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Musée Goya - Museum of Hispanic Art
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The museum is housed in the bishop's
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See all