Chartres Cathedral


It is popularly known as ‘Our lady of Chartres’; it is a catholic cathedral from medieval times. The Cathedral is located in Notre Dame, Chartres, France. It was built between 1194 and 1250.

Why it is special: The Cathedral is a shining example of French Gothic art. Considered a masterpiece, the Cathedral has been exceptionally well preserved with most of the original stained glass windows still intact. While one end of the Cathedral possesses 2 contrasting spires, the three facades are adorned with statues and sculptures that depict a theological description.

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