Located in Meaux, a small town just outside of Paris, Meaux Cathedral stands against the test of time. After over three centuries of construction, the cathedral was finally completed in the 16th Century. Due to its lengthy span of construction, visitors can see multiple periods of Gothic architecture under one roof. The spacious interior rises nearly 30 feet (9 meters) and also features an organ dating back to the 17th Century. Meaux Cathedral is truly a sight to see.
Constructed in 1170 and destroyed by fire at the beginning of the 15th century, the Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste was later rebuilt by 1555. The last restoration was done in 1890 for the church's interior, remodeled with stain glass and an altar to Saint Jean Baptiste. Notably, visitors are impressed by the organ music.
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