Milan Cathedral--page 2 (of three pages)

1380's-19th century



The earliest part of the church and the most Gothic (French Gothic, in particular) is this eastern end with the apse. The large apse windows have beautiful tracery in the "Flamboyant" Gothic style. See also, for example, St. Maclou in Rouen, France.

 

"Flamboyant" Gothic tracery

 

Details of the eastern exterior



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