Église de St-Agricol


The relics of the patron saint of Avignon, St Agricol, are kept in this 14th-century church.

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1. Musée Calvet

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2. Porte de I'Oulle

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Porte de l'Oulle is one of the entryways to Avignon's walled city, located on the northwestern edge of the walls, near the River Rhône and Pont d'Avignon.

3. Palais des Papes

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4. Basilique St-Pierre

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Basilique St-Pierre, in the centre of the walled city of Avignon, was built between the 14th and 16th centuries in the Flamboyant Gothic style.

5. Place du Palais

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6. Musée Lapidaire

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7. Musée Angladon

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8. Porte St-Dominique

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Porte St-Dominque is one of the entryways to Avignon's Unesco-registered walled city, located on the western edge of the walls, near the River Rhône.