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    Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul

    • Bab al Jazirah, Tunisia
    • Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul$$
    • +216 (71) 335 831
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      Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul - the largest building of the colonial period, preserved in Tunisia. It was named after the priest Vincent de Paul - the founder of men's and women's Congregation of the Mission Congregation of the Daughters of Charity. Berbers once sold priest in slavery, but he managed to escape. When he returned, Vincent de Paul spent the rest of life to the service of the Catholic Church.

      The cathedral was built in 1882, but the church quickly came into disrepair, and in its place was built a new one. The architecture of the modern cathedral suffered several restorations, combines elements of Gothic, Moorish and neo-Byzantine style. 

      On the territory of the cathedral is the tomb of the unknown soldier, and the interior of the church is striking grace and elegance, where you can enjoy every day.

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