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Dictionary French English: Cathedral

Translation 1 - 32 of 32

NOUN   a cathedral | cathedrals
SYNO   cathedral | duomo
arch. relig. cathédrale {f}
2 Words: Nouns
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} d'Aix-la-ChapelleAachen Cathedral
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Vaast d'ArrasArras Cathedral
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Notre-Dame-des-Doms d'AvignonAvignon Cathedral
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Étienne de BourgesBourges Cathedral
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale de Cantorbéry {noun} [située à Cantorbéry (Canterbury en anglais) dans le comté du Kent]Canterbury Cathedral [also: Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury]
mus. relig. chœur {m} de cathédralecathedral choir
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Notre-Dame de ChartresChartres Cathedral [also: Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres]
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale {f} de Cologne [aussi : Haute Église Cathédrale Saint-Pierre et Sainte-Marie]Cologne Cathedral [also: Cathedral Church of Saint Peter]
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale {f} de DurhamDurham Cathedral [also: The Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} de Magdebourg [aussi : cathédrale Saint-Maurice-et-Sainte-Catherine]Magdeburg Cathedral [also: Cathedral of Saints Maurice and Catherine]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Martin de MayenceMainz Cathedral [also: St. Martin's Cathedral]
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale {f} de Nidaros [Trondheim en Norvège]Nidaros Cathedral
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale {f} de SalisburySalisbury Cathedral [also: the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} de Spire [aussi : cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption-et-Saint-Étienne]Speyer Cathedral [also: Imperial Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption and St Stephen]
arch. VocVoy. cathédrale {f} strasbourgeoise [rare]Strasbourg Cathedral
arch. relig. VocVoy. cathédrale {f} de StrasbourgStrasbourg Cathedral
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale {f} d'Uppsala [aussi : cathédrale d'Upsal]Uppsala Cathedral
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} de WinchesterWinchester Cathedral [also: Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, Saint Peter, Saint Paul and Saint Swithun]
3 Words: Nouns
arts relig. Unesco trésor {m} de la cathédrale d'Aix-la-ChapelleAachen Cathedral Treasury
arch. arts relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Louis de Carthage [aussi : connue dès 1993 sous le nom d'Acropolium]Saint Louis Cathedral [also: Acropolium]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} protestante Saint-Pierre de GenèveSaint Pierre Cathedral
arch. hist. relig. cathédrale {f} Sainte-Sophie de KievSaint Sophia Cathedral [architectural monument of Kyivan Rus]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Gilles [Édimbourg]St Giles' Cathedral [also: High Kirk of Edinburgh]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Paul de LondresSt Paul's Cathedral
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Étienne [cathédrale de Vienne, en Autriche]St. Stephen's Cathedral [also: Stephansdom]
arch. géogr. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Guy [Prague] [aussi : cathédrale Saint-Guy, Saint-Venceslas et Saint-Adalbert]St. Vitus Cathedral [also: Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert]
5+ Words: Nouns
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Notre-Dame d'AmiensCathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Amiens [also: Amiens Cathedral]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Notre-Dame de BayeuxCathedral of Our Lady of Bayeux [also: Bayeux Cathedral]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Sainte-Marie de Bayonne [aussi : cathédrale {f} Notre-Dame de Bayonne]Cathedral of Saint Mary of Bayonne [also: Bayonne Cathedral or Cathedral of Our Lady of Bayonne]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} primatiale Saint-André de BordeauxPrimatial Cathedral of St Andrew of Bordeaux [also: Bordeaux Cathedral]
arch. relig. cathédrale {f} Saint-Pierre de WormsSt Peter's Cathedral of Worms
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