Photographer's Note

This a view of the Saint-Just cathedral taken in the center of Narbonne from the cloister. Narbonne is in the south of France, close to the Mediterranean sea and the spanish border.

Today, there is still a great religious estate with the cathedral, the cloister and two big towers.

The cathedral was initially dedicated to "Marie" then in 752 to two spanish martyrs Just and Pasteur. The original small church was roman then the enlargement of the construction between 9th and the 14th centuries turned the place into a gothic style religious block with this big tower.

I'm especially interessed by your feeling about the framing built by the walls of the cloister. Please, let me know.

Nobody has marked this note useful

Photo Information
Viewed: 1720
Points: 12
Additional Photos by Steven Le Vourc'h (Curioso) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 551 W: 273 N: 1552] (9271)
View More Pictures