Courtyard of the Provost

The former residence of the canons, or the ‘provost’s house’ (the provost assisted the bishop), it had direct access to the Cathedral in the 13th and 14th centuries.

Look out for the cradle arches, the door of the former provost’s house (inside the Cathedral), a mixture of flamboyant gothic and Renaissance motifs (15th century), as well as the Lombard frieze above the staircase of the bell-tower.

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