PHOTO: Saint Gatien's Cathedral in Tours, France

PHOTO: Saint Gatien’s Cathedral in Tours, France Combines a Complex Blending of Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance Architecture

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Cathedral in Tours, France
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6 Comments on “PHOTO: Saint Gatien’s Cathedral in Tours, France Combines a Complex Blending of Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance Architecture

  1. How did you get that picture? Unless they’ve torn down the block of buildings in front of the cathedral, this is an impossible shot! You’re a great photographer, but this is magic!

    Libbie

    • Hi Libbie: I’ve never been there before so I don’t know if they’ve torn down buildings or not.But I do use a super wide angle lens. So glad you liked my photo!

    • Agreed, Mark, And what was really interesting is that the interior was dark, cavernous, and uninteresting.

  2. love your pictures and posts. Thanks for letting me into your travels.

    lynn

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