Bamberg Cathedral is a church in Bamberg, Germany, completed in the 13th century. The cathedral is a late Romanesque building with four imposing towers. It was founded in 1002 by emperor Henry II, finished in 1012 and consecrated on May 6, 1012. It was partially destroyed by fire in 1081. The new cathedral built by St. Otto of Bamberg, was consecrated in 1111, and in the 13th century received its present late-Romanesque form.
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Noyon has long been a religious center - the present cathedral is the fifth to be built on this site. Both Charlemagne (768) and Hugh Capet (987) were coronated in Noyon Cathedral. Begun in 1150 and completed by 1290, the present Noyon Cathedral replaced a predecessor that was destroyed by fire in 1131. It is considered a harmonious example of the transition from the Romanesque to Gothic style, and is one of the earliest Gothic cathedrals to be built in France.
Catedral de Amiens Su construcción se inició en 1220, sobre otra anterior de arquitectura románica destruida por un incendio. Construida bajo la influencia estilística de Notre-Dame de París y Notre-Dame de Chartres, es la mayor y más alta de todas las catedrales góticas francesas cerca del máximo soportable para este tipo de arquitectura (42,3 m). Patrimonio de la Humanidad UNESCO (1981)