La Saint Chapelle - a chapel on Île de la Cité in Paris, France. Consecrated in 1248, the chapel was built by King Louis IX. An exceptional example of the emerging style of Rayonnant in French Gothic Architecture that tries to convey a sense of weightlessness. The chapel is most famous for its 23 stained glass windows,
Sainte Chapelle. Built in 1248 in Paris, France. It is the resting place of holy relics: crown of thorns and a fragment of the cross. Between the columns are hugh windows, the walls are given over entirely to glass.