Angers Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Maurice in Angers, France. It is the seat of the Bishops of Angers.
Built between the 11th and 16th centuries, it was classified in 1862 as a national monument of France for its mixture of Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles, especially the Angevin Gothic style, and for the stained glass windows, including the transept's window of Saint Julian, considered to be a masterpiece of French 13th-century glasswork.
Address 4 Rue Saint-Christophe, 49100 Angers, France
Coordinates 47°28'14.005" N -0°33'17.816" E