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The exterior


Left two: The entire cathedral. Middle: South doorway with carvinged decoration discussed in The Seven Lamps of Architecture. Right: North doorway, which has seen modern restoration, for comparison.


Left: Detail of right tower. Middle: View of right side. Right: Pilasters and arches immediately beneath detail shown at far left.


Left: Roof and arches of left tower. Middle: Detail of right tower with roof carved to resemble shingles. Carved vegetation on centrak window that Ruskin did not discuss in The Seven Lamps of Architecture.


Left: Looking towards the altar from the front entrance. Right three: Differently carved capitals top the columns.


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