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Posted on Monday, December 7 2009



Vaults


Categories: [Architecture]  [Europe]  [France]  
The Cathedral of Reims is a fine example of how medieval architects used "rib vaults" to sustain the edifice.
From 1027 to 1825 most kings of France were crowned inside its walls, and thus being a symbol of France, it was heavily bombarded and damaged by the German army during WWI.

Date: Friday, June 26 2009
Camera: NIKON D300
Focal length: 65 mm
Aperture: f/4.5
Exposure Time: 1/30 sec
Flash: Not Fired

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