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While many secular buildings exist from the Late Middle ... of certain architectural features of the Gothic style that, when ... These structures, for centuries the principle landmark in a ...

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The important features of Gothic architecture are the pointed arch, the ribbed vault and .... The upper part of the building, where these windows are, is called the ...

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Gothic architecture is above all church architecture (of the period c. 1180-1450 or slightly later). It is characterized by large windows - often with stained glass, ...

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Discover the seven key characteristics of gothic architecture, from gurning gargoyles ... Gothic architecture tried to solve some of these unpleasant problems , and ...

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This lesson covers the three main features of Gothic architecture: the pointed arch, ... These three elements come together in Gothic architecture, and the results ...

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The pointed arch was the defining architectural feature of Gothic construction. .... Since the walls had less weight to support, thanks to these innovations, ...

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Gothic Architecture (1120-1500): Characteristics of Gothic Building Design: ... Outstanding examples of these structures include: Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris ...

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Sep 14, 2015 ... The term "Gothic architecture" originated as a derogatory description. .... These were already features of ecclesiastical architecture before the ...

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