St. Pierre Cathedral, also known as Cathédrale Saint-Pierre, is a prominent religious landmark in Geneva, Switzerland. This stunning cathedral is situated in the heart of the Old Town and holds great historical and architectural significance. The construction of the cathedral dates back to the 12th century, and it has since undergone several renovations and expansions.

The cathedral’s notable features include its impressive facade, adorned with intricate sculptures, and its two distinctive towers. Visitors can climb the towers to enjoy breathtaking views of the city and Lake Geneva. Inside, the cathedral houses stunning stained glass windows and a remarkable archaeological site where you can explore the remains of previous religious structures.

St. Pierre Cathedral has played a significant role in the Protestant Reformation, with notable reformer John Calvin having preached here during the mid-16th century.

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