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Saint-Bertram of Comminges (Lugdunum Convenarum, founded in B.C. 72). The town, surrounded by numerous Gallo-Roman remains, lookds like a Pyrenean Mount St-Michael, with its ramparts and ancient rooms above which towers the Cathedral. Marvellous choir, magnificent Renaissance stalls and woodworks. Tombs of Saint-Bertram and of Bishop Hughes of Chatillon. Remarkable cloister.

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Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges (France), Saint-Bertrand de Comminges (Cathedral), Catholic churches

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