Chartres cathedral

Chartres cathedral

The Chartres cathedral, also referred to as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres is a Catholic Church which is under the Latin denomination is located in Chartres, as the name suggests. It overlooks the southwest of Paris and was constructed between 1194 and 1220.  This building was the most significant building in the town and was the center of economy. Its most renowned milestone and central point of many events that in contemporary towns are provided for by specific indigenous buildings.

Chartres cathedral