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  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Dates from 1344, Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Designed by the Czech artist Alphonse Mucha. The monk with the black hood, and book in hand depicts the Word of God being brought to the Czech people. St.Vitus Cathedral. Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    The rose window above the cathedral's main entrance was designed by František Kysela. The stained glass window, completed in 1927, shows biblical scenes. Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Dates from 1163, Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Central portal of the west entrance to Notre Dame depicting the Last Judgement.

    Above is Christ in majesty with the Apostle John on one side and Mary the mother of Jesus on the other side. In the middle and below is Michael the Archangel who weighs souls while the Devil and helpers attempt to skew the results in their favor. On the left are the saved and on the right are the damned.

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Paris, France

  • Sainte-Chapelle

    "Holy Chapel". Dates from 1239. Paris, France

  • Sainte-Chapelle

    Rayonnant Gothic Architecture, Paris, France

  • Sainte-Chapelle

    There are 15 great stained windows that line the walls of the building. Paris, France

  • Sainte-Chapelle

    The stained glass windows illustrate 1,113 stories from the Bible. Paris, France

  • Sainte-Chapelle

    Paris, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Dates from 12th century. Gothic. Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral

    Rouen, France

  • Bayeux Cathedral

    Norman-Romanesque Architecture. Dates from 1077. Bayeux, France

  • Bayeux Cathedral

    Bayeux, France

  • Bayeux Cathedral

    Bayeux, France

  • Sainte-Mère-Église

    France

  • Sainte-Mère-Église

    France

  • Sainte-Mère-Église

    WW II Paratropper Window

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    The cathedral stands on the ruins of two previous churches that had their beginnings in 1137. Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Vienna, Austria

  • Saint Stephens Cathedral

    Festival of Lights

  • Salisbury Cathedral, England

    Construction started in 1220 - Built in 38 years

  • Salisbury Cathedral, England

  • John Knox Statue - St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland

  • St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland

  • St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo by Alice Elliott

  • St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo by Alice Elliott

  • St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo by Alice Elliott

  • St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo by Alice Elliott

  • St Giles Cathedral

    Edinburgh, Scotland Photo by Alice Elliott

  • St Giles Cathedral Organ Pipes

    Edinburgh, Scotland

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Dates from 1506, built in the Renaissance style. Rome, Italy.

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Rome

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Rome

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Rome

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Rome

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Rome

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Rome

  • St. Peter's Basilica

    Michelangelo's Pieta

  • Duomo di Siena

    Dates from 1215. Sienna, Italy

  • Duomo & Campanile

    Sienna, Italy

  • Duomo & Campanile

    Sienna, Italy

  • Basilica of San Domenico

    Construction began in 1226-1265, Italian Gothic. Sienna, Italy

  • Old St. Paul's

    A rather humble exterior to this gothic masterpiece. Wellington, New Zealand

  • Old St. Pauls

    An all wood gothic interior

  • Old St. Pauls

    Gothic construction

  • Old St. Pauls

  • St. John the Divine - NYC

    Dates from 1888 as a Byzantine - Romanesque Revival, but changed to Gothic Revival. New York

  • St. John the Divine

    NYC

  • St. John the Divine

    NYC

  • St. John the Divine

    NYC

  • St. Patrick's Cathedral - NYC

    Neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral

  • St. Thomas Church - NYC

    Gothic Architecture