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

    Saint Cecilia’s Cathedral is the most visited site in the UNESCO World Heritage classed Episcopal City. Saint Cecilia’s,...
  • The Berbie Palace

    The former bishops' palace, the Berbie palace and Saint Cecilia’s cathedral form a striking and unique collection of the...
  • 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 proud...
  • The Pont Vieux

    Albi’s Pont-vieux is a bridge of medieval origin still in use. While visiting the city, crossing it gives you one of the...
  • The Episcopal city

    The Episcopal City of Albi has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2010. The Episcopal Palace with a r...
  • The Mappa Mundi

    Albi’s Mappa Mundi is one of the oldest two known representations of the world as it was perceived in the eighth century...

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