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Known as the Pink Cathedral, Strasbourg Cathedral is a sandstone marvel of both Gothic and Romanesque design. The church is famous not just for its rose-like color, but also for its large interior astronomical clock

Fachada Iglesia de los Sacramentinos Stgo, Chile

Fachada Iglesia de los Sacramentinos Stgo, Chile

Here in Reims Cathedral, many of the great early kings of France had their coronations, with a certain Saint Joan of Arc in attendance at one such ceremony.

Reims cathedral medieval gothic architecture, the impressive west front with the typical combination of three huge entrance portals, a central rose window and two towers over each aisle.

Jumièges (abbaye) - France

Jumiges (abbaye) - France France is truly one of the most geographically diversified countries throughout Europe. Its cities offer some…

Sacre -Coeur.Montmertre Paris.

Paris’s Sacré-Coeur is a Basilica built in the ancient Romano-Byzantine style best typified in the world famous Hagia Sophia Cathedral of Constantinople (or Istanbul). Sat atop a hill in the Montmartre district

https://flic.kr/p/9NqNMg | Notre Dame Church, Marseille | The grand church towering over Marseille city

The grand church towering over Marseille city

Brooklyn Gin N A B E: Morningside Heights, Manhattan -- The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is a landmark in the neighborhood with so many interesting facets. During its construction the architectural style changed several times; you’ll find neo-gothic style, alongside that of romanesque byzantine, plus stonework by English Masons.

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York is said to be the largest Anglican church in the world.


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Catedral de Sens

The South facade of Sens Cathedral was built in the Century by Martin Chambiges, who also design the great transepts of Beauvais Cathedral. Chambiges was probably the premier Gothic architect of the Renaissance.