Pre-Romanesque church rebuilt at the end of the 12th century, situated on a basalt spur. The church was built during the Romanesque period on the site of the chapel dedicated to Saint-Baudime, and preserves Romanesque parts amidst Gothic additions. The building had a pyramidal bell tower destroyed around 1813 or 1814 and replaced at that time by the present bell tower.
Building built at the end of the 19th century, facing the impossibility of welcoming new citizens. Very inspired by the Byzantine style.
The present cathedral was built in 1400, following the footsteps of the previous one which was demolished. It was rebuilt in 1507, after the collapse of the bell tower.