I've visited many churches over the years, but I still think it's great. Without the magnificence of the Spanish Temple of Saint Family, this church gives people a sense of simplicity and history, probably because the light inside is more general and the church is darker. And the church is very big, which surprises us all, because it is incredible that there should be such a big church in this small town.
Such an ancient church need not say much. It is a cultural heritage on the pilgrimage road. If you go to Toulouse, you have to punch in!
St. Seine's Cathedral in Toulouse is the largest Roman Cathedral in Europe. When we arrived in Toulouse that day, we went to see such a scene without stopping. There was a surge of passion in our hearts, and the red layer. Although it was no longer bright after years of rinsing, I think it must have injected warmth into the hearts of pilgrims.
Basilique St-Sernin Toulouse St. Serenan Cathedral is the most complete Roman architecture preserved in France. Grand spectacle, up to 115 meters. Above the Church of Christ is an octagonal tower built in the thirteenth century, one of the peaks of medieval religious architecture. Opening hours are 8:30-18:15 from July to September, 8:30-19:30 from Sunday, 8:30-11:45 from October to June, 14:00-17:45 from Monday to Saturday, 8:30-12:30 from Sunday and 14:00-15:30 from June to Saturday. Free visit. It's about 15 minutes'walk from the railway station.
St. Serenan's Cathedral is a beautiful and well-preserved cathedral with a long history. Under the blue sky and white clouds there is only a beautiful and solemn feeling. He is open all day. From the Arc de Triomphe bus stop in Barcelona, there is a bus to Toulouse for 28 euros, five hours. Very convenient. Toulouse is beautiful. Shopping is more convenient and friendly than Paris. It's worth going. It's easy to get from there to the south of France.
It's not too big a church, and it has a distinctive appearance. Although Toulouse is the fourth largest city in France, its size is far from that of the fourth largest city in China, so it is worth visiting St. Serenan's Church in places like Toulouse. It is said to be the largest rectangular Church in Europe, named after the body of St. Serenan, a Christian martyr who was tied to a bull and dragged to death in 250 AD for refusing idolatry. Although many churches in Europe have retained their primitive features very well, and their furnishings have been handed down since the Middle Ages, this church, in particular, gives me such a feeling, probably because there are few tourists. Indeed, few people entered the church. Occasionally, they would sit down and pray in silence with their cameras on their backs. This is different from some other churches with ornamental value, such as prayer in prayer, visits, non-interference and non-communication.