2. Bloei van de gotiek / Frankrijk ;De abdijkerk van Saint-Denis (1140-1144) De gotische bouwstijl maakte het mogelijk de diverse ruimten vrijelijk in elkaar over te laten lopen.

2. Bloei van de gotiek / Frankrijk ;De abdijkerk van Saint-Denis (1140-1144) De gotische bouwstijl maakte het mogelijk de diverse ruimten vrijelijk in elkaar over te laten lopen.

Basilica of St Denis, Paris, France (Basilique Royale de Saint-Denis).  Home to the tombs of the French monarchy and the building which marks the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture.  Without doubt worth the metro ride from the centre of town.

Basilica of St Denis, Paris, France (Basilique Royale de Saint-Denis). Home to the tombs of the French monarchy and the building which marks the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture. Without doubt worth the metro ride from the centre of town.

Saint-Denis - Basilique - Extérieur façade ouest. // Basílica Católica de San Dénis, lugar de sepultura de la mayor parte de los Reyes de Francia.

Saint-Denis - Basilique - Extérieur façade ouest. // Basílica Católica de San Dénis, lugar de sepultura de la mayor parte de los Reyes de Francia.

Sacred Opulence, Lot of 2 Vintage 1900s French Photo Postcards Basilica of St Denis, Paris & Château de Chantilly, Ornaments Baroque Details

Sacred Opulence, Lot of 2 Vintage 1900s French Photo Postcards Basilica of St Denis, Paris & Château de Chantilly, Ornaments Baroque Details

Sacred Opulence, Lot of 2 Vintage French Photo Postcards Basilica of St Denis, Paris & Château de Chantilly, Ornaments Baroque Details

The Basilica of Saint Denis. This amazing tomb is probably one of the most splendid and impressive ever created and it is a miracle that it survived the violence of the revolutionary era, when the royal tombs at the Basilica of St Denis were desecrated and destroyed and their contents thrown into a common grave.

The Basilica of Saint Denis. This amazing tomb is probably one of the most splendid and impressive ever created and it is a miracle that it survived the violence of the revolutionary era, when the royal tombs at the Basilica of St Denis were desecrated and destroyed and their contents thrown into a common grave.

West façade of Saint Denis, before the dismantling of the north tower (c.1844-1845)

West façade of Saint Denis, before the dismantling of the north tower (c.1844-1845)

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