Église Notre-Dame de Royan, Royan

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  • L former place of worship was destroyed during World War 2, a cathedral was rebuilt of course not in flamboyant Gothic but in raw concrete. Building having problems sealing, priori partly resolved the somewhat austere set outside is very successful has inside, presence of beautiful stained glass windows giving a beautiful light and spacious, with a beautiful Rotunda and a staircase down to the nave. See...
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  • We are quite surprised by the contrast outside/inside. As the building may seem boring from the outside with an appearance of silo grain concrete gross, as amazed astonishment is inside. Never seen a church equivalent elsewhere, its proportions (depth and height) with the look that is not stopped by pillars. Superb stained glass modern broadcasting a pretty light that do not harm the recollection. I would have appreciated a guided tour for better understanding of architecture.
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  • And beautiful. The concrete is light, air, vertical. Light fuse and broadcasts between the pillars and just animate the heart and the nave while leaving the aisles in the half-light. It's a technological feat but also an aesthetic feat. Essential.
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  • J'adore cette eglise, ca resemble l'eglise de Reykjavik
  • Beautiful church!
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  • Architectural don't miss feat.
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  • Church after war. Completely renovated
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  • Masterpiece of the raw concrete
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