The Cathedral Saint Castor

Consecrated in 1096, the cathedral of Notre Dame and Saint Castor has been modified on many occasions over the centuries. The upper frieze is considered to be a major example of Romanesque sculpture in the South of France.

The acanthus and lion head motifs on the pediment and the cornice were inspired by the Maison Carrée.

9 rue Saint Castor - 30000 Nîmes