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Sainte Chapelle


I visited Sainte Chapelle, a gothic church built in 1248! Although a lot of it has been rebuilt following the French Revolution, but 70% of the glass is original. A building couldn't be more different inside than out. I loved the dark gothic exterior, but you walk in and it's a total contrast! So cold on the outside and warm inside .A211B4140771CF390FF187F9E5302C15.jpegA1E585BDE2824D26CC63B2BE43F49931.jpegA203EFF3FC7F8AFF85F776876404B27B.jpeg90_A1F935DCBAD15866D8E630E1CAE1C414.jpegA1EF43F8E4C685C929D212D5263F2262.jpeg

Posted by airmailzen 12:14 Archived in France

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