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Cathédrale de Chartres, France - by Marie J (2011)

Cathédrale de Chartres, France - by Marie J (2011)

Portfólio da Semana - Fernando Baptista | Visualoop Brasil

Portfólio da Semana - Fernando Baptista

CHARTRES - #France must see the amazing cathedral of #Chartres and its famous #stainedglass rosettes and its labyrinth, shown here  http://stampingwithbibiana.blogspot.com/

Labyrinth Maze: Cathedral of Chartres and its famous stained-glass rosettes and labyrinth, Chartres, France.

Chartres Cathedral Stained Glass HD | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Chartres Cathedral Stained Glass HD | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Chartres, Labyrinth Paving Stones in Nave | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Labyrinth detail, Chartres Cathedral--This cropping of the famous labyrinth looks like a piece of American Northwest Indian art.

Stained glass Windows of Cathedral of Chartres, France - A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Good Samaritan Window, Cathedral of Notre-Dame: Chartres, France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chartres Cathedral, FRANCE  A must see at sunrise or sunset when the sun meets Chartres' stained glass blues in a silent, spiritual show of blue light.

Chartres Cathedral, FRANCE A must see at sunrise or sunset when the sun meets Chartres' stained glass blues in a silent, spiritual show of blue light.

Catedral de Nidaros

"Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim: the rose window. my ancestors built this church. It is the state church and coronation church of Norway. I've spent hundreds of hours sitting quietly in this beautiful cathedral I love rose windows.

Northern rose window and main organ of the Cathédrale de Saint-Gatien, Tours…

Magnificent Stained-Glass Windows

Northern rose window and main organ of the Cathédrale de Saint-Gatien in Tours, France. Cathedral was built between 1170 and

"The Angel of rue de Turbigo" (1860), Building Sculpture, Designed by Emile-August Delange (1852), Building architect Eugène Demangeat (1860)  #angels

The Lighthouse Angel, spanning three stories of a bourgeois apartment residence erected in 1860

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