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August 23, 2008
From journal A Mix of Short Getaways in Southeast France
Riverview, New Brunswick
September 8, 2003
As the visitor approaches, he is struck by a sense of imbalance. The tower on the left, the south tower, was never completed. Had it been, the approach would have been reminiscent of Paris' Notre Dame. Above the central doorway is a rose window buried in the facade.
This is a cathedral of beautiful stained glass. Each of the transepts features its own rose window, God the Father on the south, the Virgin Mary on the north. A series of circular windows appears between the buttresses at the highest point of the walls.
Other features of the cathedral are the tower which is scalable, the crypt and the treasury. This cathedral is a jewel. . . well worth a visit.
From journal Three Burgundian Towns