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markeurresat.pngCathédrale Notre-Dame-Du-Puy de Grasse

Grasse
Patrimoine culturel

Place du Puy
06130 Grasse
France


La cathédrale est ouverte : En été (juillet-août) - les lundis de 09h à 12h et de 14h à 18h - Du mardi au samedi de 10h à 12h et de 13h à 18h - Le dimanche matin de 09h à 12h En hiver : - du lundi au samedi : de 09h à 12h et de 14h à 17h

The main facade is simple and unassuming, reflecting the interior layout : a raised central nave and two side aisles.

In the 18th century, a crypt was dug beneath the cathedral and the interior tiling and steps were redone. The central doorway became the sole entrance through the façade, reached by a double staircase, with a statue of the Virgin above it.

The walnut doors were carved by two Grasse cabinetmakers, Deschamps and Raybaud.

The Grasse cathedral houses many artifacts, some of which are listed as historic monuments :
- St. Honorat, St. Clement, and St. Lambert, altarpiece attributed to the Louis Brea school.
- Christ Crowned with Thorns, St. Helena, and The Crucifixion are works attributed to Peter Paul Rubens and his school.
- Washing of the Feet painted by Jean-Honoré Fragonard in 1754 is one of the few religious works from this Grasse artist.
- The nave’s monumental cross is an 1830 mission cross.
- The organ dates from 1855 and was made by Toulouse organ-builder Jungk
- The Death of Saint Paul the Hermit by Charles Nègre (Grasse artist)

The cathedral has six stained-glass windows and four Baillet statues representing the four Evangelists : St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and St. John.

Mass schedule :
- Sundays and holidays : 10:00 Mass in the Cathedral
- Weekdays, Monday through Friday : 8:30 Mass in the crypt
- Saturday and Sunday : 8:30 a.m. in the Chapelle de l’Oratoire
- Mass in Spanish the 1st Sunday of every month at 11:30 a.m. in the Cathedral

The main facade is simple and unassuming, reflecting the interior layout : a raised central nave and two side aisles.

In the 18th century, a crypt was dug beneath the cathedral and the interior tiling and steps were redone. The central doorway became the sole entrance through the façade, reached by a double staircase, with a statue of the Virgin above it.

The walnut doors were carved by two Grasse cabinetmakers, Deschamps and Raybaud.

The Grasse cathedral houses many artifacts, some of which are listed as historic monuments :
- St. Honorat, St. Clement, and St. Lambert, altarpiece attributed to the Louis Brea school.
- Christ Crowned with Thorns, St. Helena, and The Crucifixion are works attributed to Peter Paul Rubens and his school.
- Washing of the Feet painted by Jean-Honoré Fragonard in 1754 is one of the few religious works from this Grasse artist.
- The nave’s monumental cross is an 1830 mission cross.
- The organ dates from 1855 and was made by Toulouse organ-builder Jungk
- The Death of Saint Paul the Hermit by Charles Nègre (Grasse artist)

The cathedral has six stained-glass windows and four Baillet statues representing the four Evangelists : St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and St. John.

Mass schedule :
- Sundays and holidays : 10:00 Mass in the Cathedral
- Weekdays, Monday through Friday : 8:30 Mass in the crypt
- Saturday and Sunday : 8:30 a.m. in the Chapelle de l’Oratoire
- Mass in Spanish the 1st Sunday of every month at 11:30 a.m. in the Cathedral

Cathédrale Notre-Dame-Du-Puy de Grasse

43.657898, 6.924608

Cathédrale Notre-Dame-Du-Puy de Grasse

43.657898, 6.924608