May 18, 2014

Orleans January 2014

Among all the cathedrals of France, Saint Croix d’Orleans is one of the oldest still standing. Foundations, dating back to the fourth century are visible in the crypt and evidence of the Catholic tradition are obvious throughout the building.
The foundation stone was laid in 330 and owes its name to Saint Euverte, Bishop of Oleans.

Entry Doors

Historic Graffiti 

Joan of Arc Chapel

Looking towards the alter

Architecture of the old town

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