TOULOUSE, FRANCE - MARCH 12 2018: Basilica of Saint-Sernin (Basilica de Sant Sarnin) is former abbey church of Abbey of St Saturnin. In 1998 basilica was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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