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Three shafts of sunlight illuminate the Basilica of St Peter and its mosaic floor in the Vatican, December Photograph by Albert Moldvay, National Geographic

Blue Light : Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy | Kayla Clements #photography | http://www.kaylaclements.com/

Blue Light : Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy If I could go one place, it would be the Vatican.

Palacio Versalles París

Paris Opera House with its giant chandeliers. Being there in person, I could see why Gaston Leroux chose to use them as a weapon in The Phantom of the Opera -- love this place!

Sundial with the Zodiac signs in Milan Cathedral, La Meridiana, il Duomo di Milano Our post about the history and peculiarities of the sundial: http://www.chartofthemoment/history-and-art/sundial-of-the-milan-cathedral/

Milan, zodiac sundial, 1768 ~ astronomers from Accademia di Brera. Summer solstice, ray strikes tongue of bronze set in the floor; winter solstice, stretches out to meridian.

Cathédrale Notre-Dam lovely art

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, France-We visited this cathedral on a very cold morning on a champagne tour of all things!

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"Light" by Fabio Vittorelli, via The dark Reminds me of my life without christ and the light reminds me of when he came to save me!

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Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, England, photo by Alan Coles. 🎨 Beauty in Art 🌍”

Marie Antoinette’s Private Theater, Versailles, France; (That lucky duck, I want a private theater!

Siena Cathedral, Italy

Siena Cathedral, Tuscany, Italy - this is an amazing place to visit the marble and mosiacs are breathtaking! This was my favorite cathedral in Italy!

Reims Cathedral: Notre-Dame at Reims is one of the most famous and influential of all medieval cathedrals, it is best known as the coronation church of the 25 Kings of France--some are: · 1223: Louis VIII the Lion · 1226: Saint Louis IX · 1271: Philippe III the Hardi · 1286: Philippe IV le Bel · 1315: Louis X le Hutin · 1317: Philip V le Long · 1322: Charles IV l...

Veuve Clicquot bloggers trip / part#04

REIMS CATHEDRAL in Reims, France (one of the most famous and influential of all medieval cathedrals, best known as the coronation church of 25 Kings of France beginning in 1223 with King Louis VIII the Lion)

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