Toul Cathedral

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Toul Cathedral
Toul Cathedral

Toul Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Toul) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Toul, Lorraine, France, and a fine example of Gothic architecture.

It was formerly the seat of the Diocese of Toul, created in 365 and merged in 1824 with the Diocese of Nancy which in 1777 had been formed from the Diocese of Toul. Since 1824 the diocese has been known as the Diocese of Nancy-Toul.

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Coordinates: 48°40′31″N 5°53′40″E / 48.67528°N 5.89444°E / 48.67528; 5.89444