Igreja de São Francisco (Church of Saint Francis) is located in the historic center of Porto and was built as in gothic style about 600 years ago. in the first half of the 18th century the interior was decorated into a more baroque style.
The church is located not far from the river Douro and its a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Catedral de Santa María de la Sede de Sevilla (Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See) in Seville, Andalusia, Spain, is the third largest church in the world and the largest Gothic church. (See photos of the second largest church HERE).
We visited this UNESCO World Heritage Site in the winter of 2017.
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This is the second part post about the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. If you have missed Part I, you can check it HERE. We hope you continue to indulge this visual tour through this beautiful City of The Dead.
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In 2016 we have been in Paris for IAM Masterclasses, 3 days of CG Art (computer graphics) workshops (Isis is a professional digital art illustrator and Ove enjoyed the opportunity for a trip). We stayed a few extra days and of course, we had to visit Pere Lachaise cemetery. We brought a DSLR and a compact camera and with them we captured many of the beautiful, astounding sculptures and pantheons at one of the most beautiful cemeteries we have ever visited.
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Being relatively close to where we live, the Nidaros Cathedral (Nidarosdomen) its a building we return to quite often. Every time we come there, we discover more details and hidden treasures that we haven’t noticed before.
When most people go to see the Gothic Cathedral in Trondheim, they only look at the front. Nothing wrong with that, but the building has so much more to offer. After spending some time at the front, please have a walk around it too.
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Notre-Dame de Paris (Our Lady of Paris), or just simply Notre Dame is one of the most famous and most visited Gothic cathedrals in the world. It’s situated on the Île de la Cité on the river Seine in Paris, France.
When we visited the city on a sunny but cold and windy weekend in the spring of 2016, we used the opportunity to take a closer look at this impressive building.
Here are a few photos we like to share with you guys, hope you enjoy them as much as we do.
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