Versailles - Royal city -
Ville royale -
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Love the second photo and those windows, just beautiful colors.
elle est belle avec ce vitrail sur la porte
It looks like the colours of the windows change depending on the light. Or perhaps the colours change with the angle.
The stained glass work on this church is beautiful - very soft and pretty!
Stained glass is so cool, even better when it's placed in such a funky window, such a long time ago (well before 'funky' became a word).
I love that window!
It doesn't look Protestant at all to my eye. The Calvinists would be horrified. It illustrates the power of traditional French Catholic culture, I suppose.
Originale la rosace et agreable aux yeux.
A nice variation on the windows.
What a wonderfully unique window Ciel, when you see the whole facade it's a lovely looking building!
je suis assez pour réformer l'églisequi dilapide les sous espagnols pendant que certains crèvent la dalle
The rest of the church is even more interesting than its beautiful doorway...
That's quite an entranceway.
I like those side doors - it's easy to slip in and out as needed!Hot and humid in Versailles? Nah...Really?
i'm lovin those windows!
I like the soft light and color of this time of day. The rose window is beautiful, as well as the ornate detail of the stone work.
Oh, lovely building, the shape and colors of the window so charming!
Donc, non pas une, mais trois portes..jolie symetrie, et beaux vitraux.
Very appealing shapes here... and the door (yesterday's post) is solid and nicely framed.
It looks more conventional in these views. I still would not place it on my list of world's most beautiful cathedrals and churches. How is your tendinitis?
Are you blue?????
Another wonderful building.A lovely design and your images capture the window so well.
Very pretty! Even nicer with the full frontal view.
The stained glass is so pretty. Is it reflecting the sky?
What a lovely façade!
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