Die Cathedral

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Die Cathedral
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Die
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Die Cathedral
Religion
AffiliationRoman Catholic Church
ProvinceBishop of Die
RegionDrôme
RiteRoman
Ecclesiastical or organizational statusCathedral
StatusActive
Location
LocationDie, France
Geographic coordinatesCoordinates: 44°45′8″N 5°22′16″E / 44.75222°N 5.37111°E / 44.75222; 5.37111
Architecture
Architectural typechurch
Architectural styleRomanesque

Die Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Die) is a Roman Catholic church located in Die, Drôme, France. The former cathedral is a national monument.

Die Cathedral was previously the seat of the Bishop of Die. The diocese was not re-established after the French Revolution, but was annexed to the Diocese of Grenoble following the Concordat of 1801.

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