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Sainte-Chapelle: 360 degree view of Paris chapel's kaleidoscopic stained-glass
Even though it is now hidden away in a cramped courtyard of the Palais de Justice, the high buttresses, spiky pinnacles and steep, grey roof of the Sainte-Chapelle hint at an impressive piece of Gothic architecture.
Paris's 770-Year-Old Sainte-Chapelle Restored to Its Gothic Glory by Laser
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Sainte-Chapelle's stained glass windows now fully restored
The remarkable stained windows of Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, one of the world's finest medieval attractions, are back on display following a painstaking seven-year restoration.
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Here's Why Paris Is Always A Good Idea
The food in France is beyond amazing. While aliments like bread and cheese might sound quite ordinary, they are extraordinary in France. You will see people carrying baguettes in the morning fresh from the patisserie.

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