Cervione Cathedral

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Cervione Cathedral (Pro-cathédrale Saint-Erasme de Cervione) is a former Roman Catholic cathedral in Cervione on the island of Corsica, and a national monument of France. It was the seat of the Bishop of Aleria until 1801, when all Corsican sees were merged into the Bishopric of Ajaccio.

The Church in 2012

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Coordinates: 42°19′53″N 9°29′30″E / 42.33139°N 9.49167°E / 42.33139; 9.49167