Cathedral Cities of France (page 2/2)

[picture: Front Cover]

Front Cover

Red with gold lettering.


[picture: Frontispiece: Lâon, View From the Plain]

Frontispiece: Lâon, View From the Plain

The Cathedral of Lâon, or Laon, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Laon, was built in the 12th century. [more...]


[picture: Title Page from Cathedral Cities of France]

Title Page from Cathedral Cities of France

Cathedral Cities of France, by Herbert Marshall, R.W.S. and Hester Marshall With sixty illustrations in colour by Herbert Marshall, R.W.S. [more...]


[picture: Bayeux from the Meadows]

Bayeux from the Meadows

Bayeux itself is a quiet country town, built up one low hill and down another—a town of long streets and grey-shuttered houses, possessing three principle interests—the Cathedral, the Seminary Chapel and [...]

[picture: Blois]


The spires of Blois cathedral are seen across the River Loire. [more...]


[picture: Chartres]


Chartres Cathedral, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres, “Cathedral of Our Lady in Chartres” was rebuilt in the 13th century after it was destroyed by lightning in 1194. [more...]


[picture: Porte du Croux, Nevers]

Porte du Croux, Nevers

“The fourth attraction of Nevers, the high square gateway tower known as the Porte du Croux, may also be bregarded as a relic of feudal