The Atmosphere Of The Gothic Architecture

“The principle of the Gothic architecture is infinity made imaginable.”
-Samuel Taylor-

Buildings full of mystery, endless corridors and a nostalgic atmosphere, sometimes oppressive but always magical. Enjoy the Gothic sound of these old architectures.

Gloucester, England
Photo by Nigel's Europe

Ambulatory 01
Photo by AEngineer

Bayeux Cathedral de Notre-Dame
Photo by Ipoh 子

Bath Abbey - HDR
Photo by ajagendorf25

Bramham Park - Gothic Temple
Photo by lionheartphotography

Gothic Antwerp, 21.23 pm
Photo by e³°°°

St Martin's, Stamford
Photo by Duncanh1

Gothic Graves
Photo by Arenamontanus

Laon Exterior 10
Photo by AEngineer

The Gothic Cottage, Stourhead, Wiltshire.
Photo by Jim Linwood

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7 comments:

suruha said...

They sure don't make them like that anymore, eh? LOL Thanks! Great photos!

Su

DoctorMate said...

Thank you, Emma, for reminding me of the beauty of the Gothic!

Emma Alvarez said...

Glad you like it!

Gerold said...

There is definitely something awe-inspiring about the building style....and shows you that (really!) old school things do have their charm.

Actually I prefer this build style over practically everything modern. I should mention that I grew up in a city over 1000 years old that preserves as much of the building heritage as it can. So you might call me a little bit biased...

Emma Alvarez said...

I have to say... :) I love old constructions, and vintage things, they make me feel good :)

Steph said...

Stunningly beautiful!

Emma Alvarez said...

Thank you Steph! :)

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