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    St. Denis Cathedral

  • Angie Gale

    Sunset in the choir of the Basilica of St. Denis, where Joan of Arc was blessed on September 13, 1429.

  • Connie Fairchild

    The epitome of stained glass is in the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis in Paris - built from 1140-44.

  • Jennie Joy

    St. Denis (France) to me exemplifies the Gothic architectural desire for light. Although there are larger and potentially more notable cathedrals, St. Denis' massive stained-glass windows and cross-shaped layout make it one of my favourites.

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