Posts Tagged ‘Stained Glass Windows’

From the Cluny to the Luxembourg Gardens

Tweet I’ve always hated getting wet. So, needless to say, when I woke up this morning to a wet, gloomy Paris, I promptly rolled over and went back to sleep on the grounds that I was still fighting off jet lag. Around 11:30, I finally mustered up the energy to peer underneath the blinds of […]


Tweet The Notre Dame Cathedral in Chartres holds a unique place among Gothic Cathedrals–it only took 66 years to build compared the hundreds of years that it took to build similar cathedrals like Notre Dame in Paris. As a result, historians say it is the purest example of Gothic architecture in Europe. It has been […]