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Stained glass Windows of Cathedral of Chartres, France - A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Chartres Cathedral BAY The North Transept Rose Window France (c. - Saint Anne carrying the infant Mary;

Notre Dame de la Belle Verriere window - Chartres Cathedral (Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Chartres), Chartres, France     c.1134-1220 CE

Notre Da,e de la Belle Verriere- Stain glass in Chartes Cathedral

Stained glass window, Church of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist in Toruń, Poland

Kościół św Jana Baptysty i św Jana Ewangelisty w Toruniu. Stained glass window, Church of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist in Toruń, Poland

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France, Sens Cathedral, transept, showing Flamboyant window incorporated into a large composition.

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Stained glass window / Bourges Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Bourges) An Ambulatory Window, Bay 15 The invention of the relics of St Stephen.

All Saints Church Denmead Hampshire UK stained glass window artist Jude Tarrant 01 | Window commissioned 2013 by Jude Tarrant of Sunrise Stained Glass Ltd, Hampshire. To illustrate Psalm 24 Vs 1: “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof; the world and everything in it”. A celebration of the beauty of the natural world.

All Saints Church Denmead Hampshire UK stained glass window artist Jude Tarrant 01 Window commissioned 2013 by Jude Tarrant of Sunrise Stained Glass Ltd, Hampshire. To illustrate Psalm 24 Vs “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof; the wor

GRANDIOSIDADE DA ARTE  - Cathedral of Chartres, France

The Good Samaritan Window, Cathedral of Notre-Dame: Chartres, France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rose Window of Basilique Ste-Clotilde - Paris, France - designed by architect F. C. Gau of Cologne in a neo-Gothic style. Work began in 1846

Rose Window of Basilique Ste-Clotilde - Paris, France - designed by architect F. Gau of Cologne in a neo-Gothic style. Work began in 1846

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