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Cathédrale de Dol de Bretagne Croisée du Transept
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Point de jonction entre la nef et le chœur, la croisée du transept accueille le nouveau maitre-autel. Les voutes culminent à plus de 20 m sous clef. La grande verrière (XIIIème siècle, la plus ancienne de Bretagne) apparait dans toute sa splendeur. Au fond du transept nord, le tombeau de Thomas James (ancien évêque) est un bel exemple de mausolée inspiré de la Renaissance classique.

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Uploaded: 13/05/2011
Updated: 29/05/2011
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