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Brussels. Church of Notre-Dame-du-Sablon

Brussels. Church of Notre-Dame-du-Sablon

The Sablon church used to be surrounded by houses, as was the case with most churches in medieval Europe. In the second half of the 19th century the houses around the church were demolished during the urbanization projects of King Leopold II, which entirely transformed the Sablon Area.
Inside the church beautiful windows can be admired, as well as the private chapel of the Family Von Thurn und Taxis, who elaborated the European postal services in Europe during the Habsburg empire.

Canon EOS 70D
1/200s f/9.0 at 23.0mm iso6400 full exif

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Raymond Ma02-Apr-2014 03:11
Beatuiful and intricate glass work, they must tell a story. V
MarcViskens01-Apr-2014 18:10
excellent shot José
Dan Opdal01-Apr-2014 04:31
Perfect exposure and composition! ~Beautiful~ BV
Julie Oldfield30-Mar-2014 15:42
Wonderful. I like the windows on all sides.
Will Hoskins29-Mar-2014 19:46
Wow, Jose. The one by itself was impressive and this is even more so. I like this framing and the rich colors. V
janescottcumming29-Mar-2014 18:01
Beautiful stained glass windows! V
lucanton29-Mar-2014 10:00
de très beaux vitraux...V
Yvonne29-Mar-2014 09:34
What magnificent stained glass windows, beautifully captured! v
Mike Bishop29-Mar-2014 09:03
So beautiful. V
Tom LeRoy29-Mar-2014 08:20
Excellent composition, thode windows are marvelous. V
Gerard Koehl29-Mar-2014 07:43
Ces vitraux sont magnifiques. V
Gary Hudes29-Mar-2014 05:22
Excellent view of these colorful, intricate windows and awesome workmanship. V
hge5429-Mar-2014 05:12
Amazing image at such high ISO. V
Helen Betts29-Mar-2014 05:07
Your POV is quite effective, displaying a number of windows, and the color is just lovely. V.
Don Mottershead29-Mar-2014 04:55
Marvelous stained glass, and well photographed.
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