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Church Notre Dame of Bergerac
France

Notre Dame church in Bergerac was built in the 19th century to accommodate the whole congregation of the expanding city.

It was designed by the architect Paul Abadie in Neo-Gothic style. It is topped with an 80-meter high steeple whose first floor opens on the nave while acting as the gallery. The nave is flanked by two narrow side aisles. A transept is in front of the apse with an ambulatory and has with three vaults.

The shot was taken in august 2012, in the end of the afternoon. Panorama made in HDR version (enfuse).

Source : http://www.pays-de-bergerac.com/english/tourisme/site_remarquable/monuments-religieux/bergerac-notre-dame/index.asp

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