Bayeux Cathedral

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Bayeux Cathedral

Bayeux Cathedral is a cathedral. It is in Bayeux, in Basse-Normandie. The current cathedral was consecrated on July 14, 1077. It is part of a larger complex, a bishop's palace. It was built as a replacement for an earlier church which dated from the Merovingian era. It was here that Harold Godwinson signed an oath[source?] that later led to the Norman Conquest.

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