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Location address: France, Centre, Tours
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Saint Gatien’s Cathedral is the Roman Catholic cathedral church of the Tours diocese and the metropolitan cathedral of the Tours ecclesiastic province, in Indre-et-Loire, France. Saint-Gatien’s Cathedral was built between 1170 and 1547. At the time construction began, it was located at the south end of the bridge over the Loire, on the road from Paris to the south-west of France. It has been a classified Monument historique since 1862.
Saint Gatien’s Cathedral was at the time construction located at the south end of the bridge over the Loire, on the road from Paris to the south-west of France.