Photographer's Note

- Aigues-Mortes – City founded by Saint-Louis in the vicinity of year 1240. Witness of embarkation of Saint-Louis for Crusades, church "Notre-Dame des Sablons" is undoubtedly the most ancient monument of the city, devoted to the virgin under the name "Notre-Dame des Sablons" in reference probably in the sandy marshes with which was encircled the city. Constructed in gothic style, it's subjected to numerous transformations during centuries. Last restoration the 31 stained glass windows by Claude VIALLAT, retorted in rosette and windows, accomplished by the glass master Bernard Dhonneur, they include several couleurs in the thickness, their forms being acquired by engraving in acid and group linked up by acoustical resins. Other PoV in Workshop.

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Additional Photos by Giorgio Chem (Giorgio) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1969 W: 65 N: 2099] (11279)
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