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The Episcopal City of Albi has been classified as a World Heritage Site since 2010, joining UNESCO’s list of 802 unique cultural sites in the world. Discover the Sainte-Cecilie's Cathedral, the Berbie Palace, the Pont-Vieux and the Tarn's riverbanks...
  • Saint Cecilia's Cathedral

    The Sainte-Cécile Cathedral is the most visited site within the Episcopal City. Sainte-Cécile is the largest brick-built Cathedral in the wo...
  • The Berbie Palace

    Once a former Bishops' Palace, the Berbie Palace and the Sainte-Cécile Cathedral form a striking and unique collection in the Episcopal City...
  • Saint Salvi collegiate and cloister

    The collegiate Church of Saint Salvi, named after the 1st bishop of the city of Albi in the 6th century, has stood proudly at the corner of ...
  • The Pont Vieux

    Albi’s Pont Vieux ("Old Bridge" in English) is a medieval bridge still in use. Crossing this bridge gives you one of the most beautiful pano...
  • The Episcopal city

    The Episcopal City of Albi has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2010. The Episcopal Palace, which reflects a rare image...
  • A cradle of a city - its historical...

    Albi’s ancient city centre is a gem made from medieval bricks, incorperating the astonishing Sainte-Cécile Cathedral and the Berbie Palace. ...
  • The Mappa Mundi

    Albi’s Mappa Mundi is one of the two oldest known representations of the world, as it was perceived in the 8th century (the other one is own...