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Tour Carrée Cathédrale de Dol Vue sur ville

Située 23 mètres au dessus du maitre-autel à la croisée du transept et de la nef, cette tour carrée se termine par un toit pyramidal couvert d’ardoises. Elle abrite une grande roue en bois, à multiples poignées de traction destinée au levage de l’ancien grand lustre. Du balcon on découvre la vieille ville et notamment au premier plan l’ancien collège technique qui accueille aujourd’hui un musée dédié aux bâtisseurs de cathédrales (Médiévalys). Au nord la vue se dégage sur le marais de Dol, avec au premier plan le Mont Dol qui culmine à 65 mètres et au loin la baie de Cancale et le Mont St Michel.

Copyright: Arnaud Chapin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11580x5790
Taken: 05/05/2011
Uploaded: 16/05/2011
Updated: 10/03/2015


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