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Notre-Dame de Laon


Notre-Dame de Laon. Image by Guillaume Speurt.

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Exterior of Laon Cathedral. Image by Rolf Kranz.

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Notre-Dame de Laon

Laon Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in Laon, Aisne, Hauts-de-France, France. Built in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, it is one of the most important and stylistically unified examples of early Gothic architecture. The church served as the cathedral of the Diocese of Laon until 1802, and has been recognized as a monument historique since 1840.

Laon Cathedral at Wikipedia

On the website Mapping Gothic France you can see an interactive floorplan of the Laon Cathedral:

Laon Cathedral at Mapping Gothic France

Detail of statuary at the Laon Cathedral. Image by Vassil.

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West Rose of the Laon Cathedral. Image by Vassil.

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Interior of the Laon Cathedral. Image by James Mitchell.

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Published in 29/04/2019

Updated in 19/02/2021

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