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  • Statue Among the Ruins (Whose?)
    Statue Among the Ruins (Whose?)
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  • Lateral View of Infirmary
    Lateral View of Infirmary
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  • The Infirmary Interior
    The Infirmary Interior
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    by hquittner Updated Jan 15, 2009

    There is an inexplicable feeling that arises when we see the skeletal remains of ruined Gothic structures. The predominant ruins of the 13C Gothic church are of the choir and ambulatoriy with the fine tracery of its chapel windows, all of course overgrown. May you enjoy the same.

    The Choir Apse and Chapels Wider Ruin View More Ruins Statue Among the Ruins (Whose?)
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    by hquittner Written Jan 14, 2009

    The ceiling of the 13C Gothic infirmary is supported by two rows of slender columns. Each lateral bay has a three level set of windows: an oculus above, two windows at mid-level and three stubby ones below called 'monks windows" (for some reason). The entire ensemble is quite interesting.

    The Infirmary Interior Lateral View of Infirmary One Aisle The Lower (
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