Aix Cathedral or Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur d’Aix-en-Provence (Holy Savior Cathedral) is located in Aix-en-Provence in southern France. The Cathedral’s styles include Romanesque, Gothic and Neo-Gothic elements. As a national monument, the Cathedral is one of the most visited sites in Aix-en-Provence.
The white stone interior of the nave of the historic Aix Cathedral or Saint-Sauveur Cathedral (Holy Savior Cathedral).
The illuminated nave ceiling of Saint-Sauveur Cathedral in Aix-en-Provence in southern France.
A chandelier in Aix Cathedral or Saint-Sauveur Cathedral.
The octagonal dome of Aix Cathedral that sits over the baptistery, supported by eight Corinthian-style columns.
The vaulted dome of the baptistery in the interior of Saint Sauveur Cathedral.
The dome and surrounding walls of the baptistery of Aix Cathedral, rebuilt during the Renaissance.
An interior view of the ceiling of the Aix Cathedral.
The green and gold organ inside Aix Cathedral.
The apse and altar inside Saint-Sauveur Cathedral.
A view of the stained glass windows from the interior of the gothic choir of Aix Cathedral.
A figure of Christ inside the prayer area in Aix Cathedral.
A stained glass window “The Triumph Of The Faith,” in the west facade of Aix Cathedral.
A dramatic figure of Christ inside Aix Cathedral.
The interior vaulted ceiling of Aix Cathedral.