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Amiens Cathedral  - France The last of the extremely tall gothic cathedrals, circa 1220-1247 AD. It is larger wider and taller than Chartres, and shares many similar features.   The photos show the center, or goal, of the labyrinth in great detail. The path turns are the same as the Chartres design, but they are organized in an octagon, and the path and lines are the same width. The path is the darker line.  The four figures in the center are believed to be the bishops who oversaw the construction of the Cathedral.   photos (c) by Francoise Paradis     click thumbnails for larger image

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