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Magdeburg Cathedral - Choir

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Magdeburg is one of the first Gothic buildings in Germany (from 1207). The floor plan of the choir with its ambulatory and chapels is influenced by the new French Gothic style, while the execution in the lower parts is traditional. Columns from the previous building were integrated in the choir. Around 1250 the choir was finished, the nave not until 1360.

Outstanding in the Cathedral are the sculptures from the period around 1250: in the choir figures of some Apostles high up, as well as the saints Maurice and Catherine, at the north portal of the wonderful sculptures of the wise and foolish virgins.

Wikipedia: here

My Photos from the Cathedral: Architecture and Sculpture

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A: Magdeburg Cathedral - Nave

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Magdeburg Cathedral - Nave

B: cloister at the night

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cloister at the night

C: Night of the Lights

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Night of the Lights

D: Domplatz

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E: at the cathedral by night

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at the cathedral by night

F: Morning on the river Elbe

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G: Breiter Weg / Justizzentrum

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Breiter Weg / Justizzentrum

H: green citadel in Magdeburg

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green citadel in Magdeburg

I: Leiterstrasse

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J: Elbbalkon at night

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Text by Steve Smith.

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