Frejus Cloister and Cathedral

The cloister belongs to a set of buildings which were built between the 5th and 14th centuries on the site of a Roman city founded by Julius Caesar in 49 BC. The cathedral church of Saint Leontius has two naves side by side. It includes stalls and a reredos from the 15th century. The baptistery incorporates Roman columns and has a 5th-century baptismal basin large enough for baptism by immersion. It is one of the oldest in France.


Museum: Frejus Cloister and Cathedral
City: Fréjus
Country: France
Address: 58, rue du Cardinal Fleury