Apt Cathedral

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Apt Cathedral
Cathédrale Sainte-Anne d'Apt
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St. Anne's Church
Location Apt,Vaucluse
Country France
Denomination Roman Catholic
History
Founded 1795
Dedication St. Mary
Architecture
Status Parish
Architectural type Romanesque
Completed 1810
Administration
Diocese Dioceses of Avignon
Clergy
Bishop(s) Jean-Pierre Cattenoz

[[Image:|thumb|Apt Cathedral]] Apt Cathedral (Cathédrale Sainte-Anne d'Apt) is a former Roman Catholic cathedral in the town of Apt in Provence, France. It is a national monument.

Now the church of Saint Anne, the former cathedral was the seat of the bishop of Apt until the French Revolution. Under the Concordat of 1801 the diocese was divided between the Dioceses of Avignon and Digne.

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Coordinates: 43°52′34″N 5°23′49″E / 43.87611°N 5.39694°E / 43.87611; 5.39694