Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral

The history of the Cathedral of Clermont (Cath├ędrale Notre-Dame-de-l'assomption de Clermont) begins in the fifth century, when Christianity was established in the city of Arvernis and Bishop Namatius was appointed, later canonized as Saint Namatius (Saint Namace). By his decree, a Romanesque-style basilica was built at the highest point of the city, consecrated in the name of Vitali and Agricola (Saints Vital et Agricola), whose relics were brought from the Italian city of Ravenna.

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