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Great dta 2015-02-02 7:33

Hello John ,
This is the kind of dark thumbnail that is not especially attractive . But what a splendor , when we open it ! The man with his blue coat provides an interesting focal point .
In France , we have a lot of amazing gothic cathedrals , too .
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Old 02-02-2015, 03:38 PM
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Default To dta: Gothic Cathedrals in France.....

Bonjour Denis,

Thank you for your kind remarks about this picture!

Yes, of course I have seen many beautiful French Gothic cathedrals here on TE and one that appears particularly beautiful is the one at Auxerre which Jean Jacques frequently shows us.

Am I right in thinking that the cathedral at Amiens is the largest one in France? And which do you think is the most beautiful?

Amicalement,

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Old 02-02-2015, 03:49 PM
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Hello ,
You're right , Amiens is the largest one .
Unfortunately , I've not visited the most famous and impressive : Amiens , Paris , Reims , Strasbourg , Bourges , Chartres , Rouen Beauvais ... but i've visited very ibeautiful ones , nevertheless : Rennes , Nantes , Vannes ,Trιguier (in Brittany ), Bayeux , in Normandy (a beauty) , Le Mans , Narbonne , Oloron ... all are different , all are interesting . The last one i've visiyed , Le Mans, was especially interesting , with the presence of about 10 models , explaining the evolution of the Cathedral through the centuries .
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