Parigi: Cattedrale di Saint Denis

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St-Denis Basilica - Paris, is notable for its Gothic architecture and for being the burial site of French monarchs, which makes it comparable to Westminster Abbey in England.The Abbey of Saint Denis was the burial site of the kings of France for centuries and has thus been referred to as the "royal necropolis of France." All but three of the monarchs of France from the 10th century until 1789 have their remains here. The abbey church contains some fine examples of cadaver tombs. Paris, Architecture, Ile De France, Monuments, Cathedral Church, Gothic Architecture, Cathedral, Arquitetura, Gothic Church
Basilica of St-Denis - Paris, France
St-Denis Basilica - Paris, is notable for its Gothic architecture and for being the burial site of French monarchs, which makes it comparable to Westminster Abbey in England.The Abbey of Saint Denis was the burial site of the kings of France for centuries and has thus been referred to as the "royal necropolis of France." All but three of the monarchs of France from the 10th century until 1789 have their remains here. The abbey church contains some fine examples of cadaver tombs.
Le splendide vetrate di Saint Denis, volute dall'abate Sugerio : Dio come luce, l'universo come sua emanazione ( non a caso si parla della " metafisica della luce " ). Romanesque, Gothic, Design, Gothic Revival Architecture, Renaissance Architecture, Gothic Buildings
storiadellarteallempedocle - Coro della chiesa abbaziale di Saint-Denis
Le splendide vetrate di Saint Denis, volute dall'abate Sugerio : Dio come luce, l'universo come sua emanazione ( non a caso si parla della " metafisica della luce " ).
The Basilica of St Denis - Necropolis of the French monarchs. 42 kings, 32 queens, 63 princes and princesses and 10 great men of the realm are buried here. Basilica Of St Denis, Saint Denis, Basilica, Montmartre
Cathedral Basilica of St Denis - Necropolis of the kings of France - Pilgrim-info.com
The Basilica of St Denis - Necropolis of the French monarchs. 42 kings, 32 queens, 63 princes and princesses and 10 great men of the realm are buried here.
craftersama: “ Next floor: Middle Age by cyrilfontaine2 ” Trondheim, Ideas, Harlan, Beautiful, Medieval, Fantasy, Ilustrasi, Temple
Lutih in the sky with Diamonds
craftersama: “ Next floor: Middle Age by cyrilfontaine2 ”
2. Bloei van de gotiek / Frankrijk ;De abdijkerk van Saint-Denis (1140-1144) De gotische bouwstijl maakte het mogelijk de diverse ruimten vrijelijk in elkaar over te laten lopen. Brittany
Saint-Denis Basilica, royal necropolis of France
2. Bloei van de gotiek / Frankrijk ;De abdijkerk van Saint-Denis (1140-1144) De gotische bouwstijl maakte het mogelijk de diverse ruimten vrijelijk in elkaar over te laten lopen.
Memorial to Louis XVI & Marie Antoinette ~ by E. Gaulle & P. Petitot - St Denis Basilica, burial place of nearly every French king from 10th-18th c. During the Revolution, bodies were removed, dumped in large pits & dissolved with lime (Marie & Louis had been buried at La Madeleine). In 1815 meager remains of Louis & Marie (reputedly) were returned. In 1817 the mass graves were opened & co-mingled remains placed in an ossuary in St. Denis - marble plates list the 100s of names. [1st of 2 pins] Marie Antoinette, Marie Antionette, Julius Caesar, Aristocracy, La Madeleine, The Memorial
Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette
Memorial to Louis XVI & Marie Antoinette ~ by E. Gaulle & P. Petitot - St Denis Basilica, burial place of nearly every French king from 10th-18th c. During the Revolution, bodies were removed, dumped in large pits & dissolved with lime (Marie & Louis had been buried at La Madeleine). In 1815 meager remains of Louis & Marie (reputedly) were returned. In 1817 the mass graves were opened & co-mingled remains placed in an ossuary in St. Denis - marble plates list the 100s of names. [1st of 2 pins]
The abandoned Château de Carnelle designed for André Philippe Alfred Regnier, Duke of Massa, in 1875 by renowned architect Hippolyte Destailleur. Located on the edge of the forest Carnelle, in the Ile de France region of France. This land was given to the monks of Saint-Denis by Charles V. The Duke of Massa, childless, donated his estate to the city of Paris and it was converted into a sanatorium in 1930.  The castle was finally closed in 1992. Abandoned Castles, Palaces, Old Houses, Ruins, Chateaus, Castle Mansion, Castle
Urbex: Château de Carnelle, Somewhere, France – May 2014
The abandoned Château de Carnelle designed for André Philippe Alfred Regnier, Duke of Massa, in 1875 by renowned architect Hippolyte Destailleur. Located on the edge of the forest Carnelle, in the Ile de France region of France. This land was given to the monks of Saint-Denis by Charles V. The Duke of Massa, childless, donated his estate to the city of Paris and it was converted into a sanatorium in 1930. The castle was finally closed in 1992.