For this reason a study of Gothic architecture is largely a study of cathedrals and churches. Description from imgbuddy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Casanova, on his death bed, was reputed to remark, "I lived a philosopher. I died a Christian." One admires an image like this and wonders if such a thing could exist if not divinely inspired? Roosvenster kathedraal Amiens
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How Gothic architecture was structured. Important: The location and use of flying buttresses and ribbed vaulting.
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gothic architecture. ribbed vault. oh this takes me back to art survey. so many cathedrals..so many vaults.
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Rose windows became characteristic of Gothic architecture though it came into vogue during the Romanesque period.
The delicate vaulted ceilings of Malbork Castle in Poland. These ceilings are another feature of gothic architecture.
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enclave interior "The Rose WIndow depicted is a symbol of what all French Gothic Cathedrals embraced: stained glass depicting scences from the scripture. "