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Romanesque - a massive selection of eight hundred different churches and cathedrals, including the great pilgrimage churches of France. Some of the important defining architectural features highlighted are the naves, chancels, apses, side aisles, baptisteries, vaults, pillars, and arches. The images also show the sculpted capitals, tympana, and monumental figures, frescoes, and stained glass.
Gothic - a collection of the great Gothic cathedrals and churches of France, including a comprehensive selection of photographs of the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Chartres taken during the time of its recent restoration.
American - a selection of churches including the Washington National Cathedral, the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Providence, the Bryn Athyn Cathedral and a number of smaller churches, including Congregationalist churches in New England.