Rouen Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Gothic cathedral in Rouen, in northwestern France. Inside, the nave dates primarily from the 12th century and the aisles and vault from the 13th century. The nave is quite similar to Laon Cathedral, with a four-story elevation, restrained height, and busy architecture elements that focus attention downward, instead of to the heavens like later Gothic architecture.
It contains a tomb of Richard the Lionheart which contained his heart.
Freelance photographer interested in many areas of photography, RicardMN Photography tries to capture all the special places and moments in life. He has compiled multiple street, landscape, documentary and portrait photographs from many countries of the world.
His photographs are in private collections in New York, Illinois, Ohio, Oregon, Florida, California, Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Idaho, North Carolina, Nebraska, Canada, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, etc, as well as in several publications and as part of the scenic design for the Asia-Pacific tour of the production "Do You Hear The People Sing?", a concert celebrating the work of Boublil and Schonberg (the creators of Les Miserables, Miss Saigon and others).
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