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St Vincent Cathedral

Place J de Chantillon, 35400, Saint-Malo, France
+33 2 99 40 82 31
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Really well restored

Visited here while in saint Malo and was really impressed with the way the Cathedral has been... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Wexford, Ireland
Saintly St Malo

Jacques Cartier the French explorer (claimed Canada for France and was the first European to map... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nathalie E
Newcastle, Australia
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Place J de Chantillon, 35400, Saint-Malo, France
+33 2 99 40 82 31
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Visited here while in saint Malo and was really impressed with the way the Cathedral has been restored after the war. Threr is a very somber atmosphere and very prayerful.

Thank JamesS6523TS
Reviewed 1 week ago

Jacques Cartier the French explorer (claimed Canada for France and was the first European to map the St Lawrence river) lived here. Saint-Malo is a port city, in France's northwest. Tall granite walls surround the old town, which was once a stronghold for privateers (pirates...More

Thank Nathalie E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The resting place of Jacques Cartier Being from Canada was nice to see. Was very easy to get to Windows were beautiful. So many things to do but would say you must see.

Thank Gerard H
Reviewed 4 June 2017

Very well restored after being damaged in World War 2. and the time it took to complete all the restoration , interesting split level floors. Do Pay a Visit.

Thank peterhuntingdonb
Reviewed 27 May 2017

The cathedral is lovely, as is this charming medieval walled town with its rich history. Tour the ramparts and learn about how the site developed, why pirates stayed there. ,

Thank teenasan3
Reviewed 22 May 2017

The doors are kept tightly shut and the lady in front of us had a job to open one. There was no written English descriptions of anything, I would not have minded buying an English leaflet. The stained glass windows are stunning and a very...More

Thank Jennie M
Reviewed 13 May 2017

Stunning piece of architecture and worth a visit - took us about 45 mins to walk read and enjoy. Stained glass - wow.

Thank SAC0171
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

Very calm - feeling from the moment I walked in. Damaged during WWII where 80% of the city was destroyed. 1788.

Thank Albywon
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This Cathedral is full of interesting things to see such as the stained glass in the windows, amazing. You can take photos as nobody seems to mind. Everywhere you look has interesting objects to see and read about,we spent a good hour here as we...More

Thank travelsearch
Reviewed 1 May 2017

One of the most amazing things about this church besides its simple beauty is the fact that it his been destroyed and rebuilt again. The pictures of the destruction during World War II make the wonder of the restoration more magnificent. Wonderful bells.

Thank Caroletina
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