A dedication to Gothic cathedrals and architecture.
said: Thank you for this blog! I am doing a module on European Gothic Architecture 1100-1500 this semester & this is very handy.
I’m glad that I could be of help :)
Submitted by tabatashou:
I took this pic about a year ago in Cologne. Obviously, it’s the Cologne cathedral. (Click through link is to the picture on my flickr account.)
Cologne Cathedral, Germany (1248-1880)
Thank you for the submission, this is beautiful photography :)
said: I think I just found my new home within this blog. All I ever talk about is any sort of Middle Age/Byzantine/Post Dark Ages architecture. So, I know it's been said many times before, thank you, for making this blog.
I’m happy you like my blog :) Thank you!
said: Wow, I love your blog because I'm studying History of Art at the college, and this is the most beautiful architecture ever! And there's lots of Spanish cathedrals, and I'm proud about that because I'm Spanish :D
Thank you! I’ll be sure to get more Spanish cathedrals on the blog for you :)
Old Santo Domingo church, Intramuros, Manila (destroyed in WWII)
Notre Dame de Paris (1163-1345)
Submitted by boltupright
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York (1892)
said: Oh god I am so glad I found this blog, thank you so much for making it
That’s ok, lovely :D
said: Oh thank god! This blog actually exists! Thank you so much :)
Hah, You’re very welcome! :)
The Jesuit Church, Alta Gracia, Argentina (17th c.)
Catedral de México (1573-1813)
said: hi, i imagine you are dedicated exclusively to gothic cathedrals (DUH), but do you have any renaissance or baroque churches from latin america?
Hah, well yes I am, but I can always make exceptions! And after all, all architecture is beautiful :)
Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, England (1083-1375)
Seville Cathedral, Spain (1401-1506)