The Saint-Maurice cathedral in Angers combines Romanesque and Gothic styles. This place is part of the major sights of the city. To avoid the worries related to parking, book a parking space near Saint-Maurice Cathedral in Angers now, using Onepark services .

Location of the Saint-Maurice cathedral in Angers

The Saint-Maurice cathedral in Angers is the church of the diocese of Angers. It is located at the northeast corner of the Gallo-Roman city of Angers.

History of the Saint-Maurice cathedral in Angers

The Saint-Maurice cathedral was built in the place of a religious building dedicated by Bishop Hubert de Vendôme in 1025, but burned in 1032. The reconstruction was begun by Bishop Geoffroy de Tours in the second half of the 11th century . Other bishops continued the work of Geoffroy de Tours until the completion of the church.

The specificities of the Saint-Maurice cathedral in Angers

The Saint-Maurice cathedral of Angers is classified as a historical monument since 1862. The architecture of the walls of the nave has a Romanesque style halfway up. Columns and vaults of ogives complete them and gave birth to the Gothic art Angevin. The architect Jean Delespine drew the base of the two towers of the cathedral and added a second level for the character gallery. The Saint-Maurice cathedral in Angers has two spiers, including the north built around 1518 and the south in 1523.

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