Located near the old port in the French city of Marseilles, the imposing Cathedrale de la Major has been a place of worship for over 150 years.
It's one of France's largest cathedrals, and can accommodate up to 3,000 worshippers. The exterior is known for its distinctive bands of different colored bricks, and was built in the Byzantine-Roman Revival style.
The interior is just as striking, with green stones onyx and marble used in the decoration, as well as mosaics. Incorporated into the church are elements of an earlier church that once stood on the same spot, including a 5th century baptistery.