Pamiers Cathedral

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Pamiers Cathedral

Pamiers Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Antonin de Pamiers) is a Roman Catholic cathedral and national monument of France located in the town of Pamiers. It is the seat of the Bishopric of Pamiers, created in 1275, abolished by the Concordat of 1801 and re-established in 1822. It is dedicated to Antoninus of Pamiers.

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Coordinates: 43°6′51″N 1°36′32″E / 43.11417°N 1.60889°E / 43.11417; 1.60889