Truro Cathedral, Cornwall, England (1887)
Saint Vitus’ Cathedral, Prague (1329-1929)
Not the kind of thing I usually post on here, but this is beautiful! Definitely inspiration for a future tattoo…
Cologne Cathedral, Germany (1248-1880)
US medium tanks of the 3rd Armored Division advance cautiously around the Cologne Cathedral; Cologne, Germany - March 1945
Notre Dame de Paris (1163-1345)
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York (1892)
Firstly, the only cathedral that I’ve reblogged that can be even considered as Romanesque would be Florence Cathedral, probably because of the coloured marble panels on the exterior. But Florence Cathedral is very much Gothic.
Secondly, does it really matter if I reblog/post one or two Romanesque cathedrals? On this blog, I strive to post architectural beauty. If it really offends you that much, just ignore the post. There is plenty of true Gothic architecture on this blog to satisfy your needs.
Notre-Dame d’Amiens (1220 - 1269)