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Chartres Cathedral - built in 1145, world heritage site, filled with 12th and 13th century stained glass windows

Chartres Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres is a Gothic Catholic cathedral of the Latin Church

Notre-Dame de Reims (Our Lady of Rheims) is the Roman Catholic cathedral of Reims, where the kings of France were once crowned.

Veuve Clicquot bloggers trip / part#04

REIMS CATHEDRAL in Reims, France (one of the most famous and influential of all medieval cathedrals, best known as the coronation church of 25 Kings of France beginning in 1223 with King Louis VIII the Lion)

CHAP 8: Shown here is a triforium. This is in the Cathedral Chartres, France. Interior, north nave elevation looking east from triforium. A triforium is a second story gallery overlooking the nave with windows on its exterior walls.

CHAP Shown here is a triforium. This is in the Cathedral Chartres, France. Interior, north nave elevation looking east from triforium. A triforium is a second story gallery overlooking the nave with windows on its exterior walls.

Cathedrals in Rouen, France - "CATHEDRALE (ESCALIER DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE)" - Tinted Engraving - c1860

Cathedrals in Rouen, France - "CATHEDRALE (ESCALIER DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE)" - Tinted Engraving - c1860

Fine 156 year old tinted engraving of the cathedras in Rouen France. Published by Lemercier in Paris in about The image is about 5 x 3 on a page

The Tofte Labyrinth Our award winning collaboration with Jeff Saward. Based on the medieval pavement labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral, France.  Buried beneath the grass paths, 600 metres of copper pipe carries water to the centre of the labyrinth before spiralling over a large quartz crystal. It then returns to a tap from which labyrinth walkers may drink the water energised by the sacred patterning of the labyrinth

Tofte Manor, Bedfordshire, England, constructed by The Labyrinth Builders of Canterbury

Cathédrale de Laon ( gothique ) France Cette cathédrale, terminée en 1215, est encore plus lumineuse que la basilique Saint-Denis.

Author and Photographer: "Great Gothic Cathedrals of France, A Visitor's Guide" (ORO Editions Medieval French architecture, sculpture and stained glass and Renaissance stained glass.

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