Photographer's Note

After taking a short break from Chartres Cathedral, we now return to where we left off.
A view of the south transept and two stubs of two transept towers can clearly be seen, the south transept rose window measures more than ten meters in diameter as on the north transept fašade, and is dedicated to Christ who is located at the centre of the oculus. The south fašade and its rose window are dating back to 1225-1230. Also, on far right side of the photo, a stub of what would have been one of the choir towers can also be observed.
This day, I only had a 35mm lens; the enormous transept fašade could not be fit in one frame. I apologize for not been able to show the very top of one of the stair towers in the frame.

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