Saint-Flour Cathedral

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Saint-Flour Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Flour de Saint-Flour) is a Roman Catholic church located in the town of Saint-Flour in the Auvergne, France. The dedication is to Saint Peter and Saint Florus, the first bishop of Lodève, who is also the eponym of the town. It has been a monument historique since 30 October 1906.[1]

The cathedral is the seat of the Bishops of Saint-Flour.

It is a Gothic structure, built between 1398 and 1466.



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Coordinates: 45°02′00″N 3°05′42″E / 45.03344°N 3.09510°E / 45.03344; 3.09510