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Background imageChartres Collection: Rose window, Medieval stained glass windows in North Transept, Chartres Cathedral

Rose window, Medieval stained glass windows in North Transept, Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir Region, France, Europe

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres Cathedral

Chartres Cathedral
circa 1850: The cathedral church of Notre Dame at Chartres in north western France, famed for its medieval glass windows. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageChartres Collection: GEUR2D-00005

GEUR2D-00005
North rose window of Chartres Cathedral, depicting the glorification of the Virgin Mary, c. 1230 A.D. France. Digital photograph

Background imageChartres Collection: Santiago trail landmark, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, Europe

Santiago trail landmark, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, Europe

Background imageChartres Collection: Stained glass, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres

Stained glass, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, Europe

Background imageChartres Collection: Stained glass, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres

Stained glass, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, Europe

Background imageChartres Collection: North gate sculpture of Moses, Aaron, Samuel or King David

North gate sculpture of Moses, Aaron, Samuel or King David, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, Europe

Background imageChartres Collection: USA, Louisiana, New Orleans, Chartres street at night

USA, Louisiana, New Orleans, Chartres street at night

Background imageChartres Collection: France, Centre Region, Eure et Loir Department, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, stained

France, Centre Region, Eure et Loir Department, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, stained glass window

Background imageChartres Collection: France, Aerial view of Chartres with Cathedral of Notre-Dame

France, Aerial view of Chartres with Cathedral of Notre-Dame
Aerial view of Chartres with Cathedral of Notre-Dame (UNESCO World Heritage List 1979) - Centre region, France

Background imageChartres Collection: Notre-Dame Cathedral of Chartres

Notre-Dame Cathedral of Chartres. Central portal of the western facade. FRANCE. Chartres. Notre Dame cathedral. Gothic art. Architecture

Background imageChartres Collection: Christ in majesty over the Royal Door, Chartres Cathedral, France

Christ in majesty over the Royal Door, Chartres Cathedral, France
STONE CHRIST IN MAJESTY. Christ in majesty over the Royal Door, Chartres Cathedral, France

Background imageChartres Collection: Detail of Chartres Cathedral, 12th century

Detail of Chartres Cathedral, 12th century
Detail of Chartres Cathedral, showing Kings and Queens in the central door of the west front, 12th century

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres Cathedral, France, the spires

Chartres Cathedral, France, the spires
19th century vintage photograph: Chartres Cathedral, France, the spires

Background imageChartres Collection: Masonic Charity

Masonic Charity
The duc de Chartres, Grand Master, holds a Masonic banquet for charity inside a Benedictine monastery Date: 1776

Background imageChartres Collection: North gate sculpture of St. John the Baptist, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral

North gate sculpture of St. John the Baptist, Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, Europe

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres Cathedral

Chartres Cathedral
The south transept of Notre Dame Cathedral in Chartres, built in the late 12th and early 13th century in the Gothic style. The rose window depicts the Apocalypse

Background imageChartres Collection: Notre-Dame Cathedral of Chartres. 1194-1290

Notre-Dame Cathedral of Chartres. 1194-1290. FRANCE. CENTRE. EURE-ET-LOIR. Chartres. Notre Dame cathedral. Choir (12th c.). Gothic art

Background imageChartres Collection: Demon tempting a woman, exterior figure, 13th century (stone)

Demon tempting a woman, exterior figure, 13th century (stone)
XTD69804 Demon tempting a woman, exterior figure, 13th century (stone); Chartres Cathedral, Chartres, France

Background imageChartres Collection: Arcades of Notre Dame de Chartres cathedral, Eure-et-Loir, France, 1194-1290 (photo)

Arcades of Notre Dame de Chartres cathedral, Eure-et-Loir, France, 1194-1290 (photo)
AIS5361663 Arcades of Notre Dame de Chartres cathedral, Eure-et-Loir, France, 1194-1290 (photo); Chartres Cathedral, Chartres, France; (add.info.: Gothic architecture.); © Iberfoto

Background imageChartres Collection: Characters of the old testament (low relief)

Characters of the old testament (low relief)
8617830 Characters of the old testament (low relief); Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France; (add.info.: Characters of the old testament)

Background imageChartres Collection: Characters of the old testament (low relief)

Characters of the old testament (low relief)
8617829 Characters of the old testament (low relief); Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France; (add.info.: Characters of the old testament)

Background imageChartres Collection: Characters of the old testament (low relief)

Characters of the old testament (low relief)
8617827 Characters of the old testament (low relief); Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France; (add.info.: Characters of the old testament)

Background imageChartres Collection: General View of the Ground Floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (b/w photo)

General View of the Ground Floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (b/w photo)
8634602 General View of the Ground Floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (b/w photo) by American Photographer

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres, La cathedrale (engraving)

Chartres, La cathedrale (engraving)
8637457 Chartres, La cathedrale (engraving) by French School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chartres, La cathedrale)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing imagery and stone cutters

Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing imagery and stone cutters
JEB4845003 Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing imagery and stone cutters. These stained glass windows tell the story of Saint Cheron. 1225

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Parable of the Good Samaritan. Stained glass, Quadrilobe middle

Gothic architecture. Parable of the Good Samaritan. Stained glass, Quadrilobe middle. Low south coast
JEB4844968 Gothic architecture. Parable of the Good Samaritan. Stained glass, Quadrilobe middle. Low south coast. Cathedrale de Chartres.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Life of Our Lord (detail): The Virgin and Child. 1140

Gothic architecture. Life of Our Lord (detail): The Virgin and Child. 1140. Stained glass of the Royal Portal
JEB4845289 Gothic architecture. Life of Our Lord (detail): The Virgin and Child. 1140. Stained glass of the Royal Portal. Cathedrale de Chartres.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Genealogy of Christ - Tree of Jesse (detail): Christ with the 7 Doves. 1150

Gothic architecture. Genealogy of Christ - Tree of Jesse (detail): Christ with the 7 Doves. 1150
JEB4845203 Gothic architecture. Genealogy of Christ - Tree of Jesse (detail): Christ with the 7 Doves. 1150. Stained glass of the Royal Portal

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Noe's story: Victims of Deluge. Stained glass from the lower north coast

Gothic architecture. Noe's story: Victims of Deluge. Stained glass from the lower north coast
JEB4845192 Gothic architecture. Noe's story: Victims of Deluge. Stained glass from the lower north coast. Cathedrale de Chartres.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. History of Noe: Construction of the ark

Gothic architecture. History of Noe: Construction of the ark. Stained glass from the lower north coast
JEB4845177 Gothic architecture. History of Noe: Construction of the ark. Stained glass from the lower north coast. Cathedrale de Chartres.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture)

Background imageChartres Collection: France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28), Chartres: The cathedrale of Chartres

France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28), Chartres: The cathedrale of Chartres: Meridional portal with eardrums
LUX4707331 France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28), Chartres: The cathedrale of Chartres: Meridional portal with eardrums and sculptures, 1880; (add.info.: France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28)

Background imageChartres Collection: France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28), Chartres: Cathedrale de Chartres

France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28), Chartres: Cathedrale de Chartres: the perimeter of the Renaissance choir, 1885
LUX4707744 France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28), Chartres: Cathedrale de Chartres: the perimeter of the Renaissance choir, 1885; (add.info.: France, Centre, Eure-et-Loir (28)

Background imageChartres Collection: Virgin and Child flanked by angels, french gothic Chartres Cathedral, France

Virgin and Child flanked by angels, french gothic Chartres Cathedral, France. 12th century (stained glass)
542728 Virgin and Child flanked by angels, french gothic Chartres Cathedral, France. 12th century (stained glass); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) and its preux

Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) and its preux
JEB4844772 Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) and its preux. Stained glass of the northern ambulatory, absidial

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Stained glass showing the prophet Ezekiel carrying Saint John

Gothic architecture. Stained glass showing the prophet Ezekiel carrying Saint John
JEB4845476 Gothic architecture. Stained glass showing the prophet Ezekiel carrying Saint John. Cathedrale de Chartres, Porte sud, lancette.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing David, King. Cathedrale de Chartres, north gate

Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing David, King. Cathedrale de Chartres, north gate, lancette
JEB4845439 Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing David, King. Cathedrale de Chartres, north gate, lancette.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing David, King)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. History of the Passion of Christ (detail): the enema of the feet

Gothic architecture. History of the Passion of Christ (detail): the enema of the feet
JEB4845409 Gothic architecture. History of the Passion of Christ (detail): the enema of the feet. Stained glass from the bottom of the royal protrail

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. History of St. Thomas: Saint Thomas touches the wounds of Christ

Gothic architecture. History of St. Thomas: Saint Thomas touches the wounds of Christ
JEB4845057 Gothic architecture. History of St. Thomas: Saint Thomas touches the wounds of Christ. Stained glass of the north ambulatory. Cathedrale de Chartres.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. History of the Apotres. Stained glass of the Choeur. Cathedrale de Chartres

Gothic architecture. History of the Apotres. Stained glass of the Choeur. Cathedrale de Chartres
JEB4844870 Gothic architecture. History of the Apotres. Stained glass of the Choeur. Cathedrale de Chartres.; (add.info.: Gothic architecture. History of the Apotres. Stained glass of the Choeur)

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814)

Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) offers its relics in Aachen
JEB4844852 Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) offers its relics in Aachen. Stained glass of the northern ambulatory, absidial

Background imageChartres Collection: Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814)

Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) ordering the construction of a church
JEB4844775 Gothic architecture. Histoire de Charlemagne (detail): Charlemagne (742-814) ordering the construction of a church. Stained glass of the northern ambulatory, absidial

Background imageChartres Collection: Characters of the old testament (low relief)

Characters of the old testament (low relief)
8617828 Characters of the old testament (low relief); Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France; (add.info.: Characters of the old testament)

Background imageChartres Collection: Characters of the old testament (low relief)

Characters of the old testament (low relief)
8617822 Characters of the old testament (low relief); Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France; (add.info.: Characters of the old testament)

Background imageChartres Collection: View of Notre-Dame cathedral in Chartres (France), engraving by Rigaud, 18th century

View of Notre-Dame cathedral in Chartres (France), engraving by Rigaud, 18th century
1755858 View of Notre-Dame cathedral in Chartres (France), engraving by Rigaud, 18th century; (add.info.: View of Notre-Dame cathedral in Chartres (France), engraving by Rigaud

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres Cathedral: The Good Samaritan window, where God warned Adam

Chartres Cathedral: The Good Samaritan window, where God warned Adam and Eve not to eat the fruit of the tree of
542680 Chartres Cathedral: The Good Samaritan window, where God warned Adam and Eve not to eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge. 13th century (stained glass); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageChartres Collection: Wrought Iron and Other Old Water Spouts from Various Sources (engraving)

Wrought Iron and Other Old Water Spouts from Various Sources (engraving)
8627545 Wrought Iron and Other Old Water Spouts from Various Sources (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageChartres Collection: David and Bathsheba (sculpture)

David and Bathsheba (sculpture)
8617832 David and Bathsheba (sculpture); Cite de l'architecture et du patrimoine, Paris, France; (add.info.: Statues of the northern arm Porshe of the transept. David and Bathsheba)



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"Chartres: A Timeless Masterpiece of Stained Glass and History" Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Eure-et-Loir, France. This architectural marvel is renowned for its stunning rose window and medieval stained glass windows in the North Transept. Step into a world where light dances through vibrant colors, as the intricate stained glass panels depict biblical scenes and saints at Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral. These masterpieces have stood the test of time, captivating visitors with their ethereal glow. Beyond its spiritual significance, Chartres Cathedral holds historical importance along the Santiago trail—a landmark that has guided countless pilgrims on their journey to Santiago de Compostela. It serves as a testament to human devotion and faith. As night falls over New Orleans' enchanting streets, one can find echoes on Chartres street—an homage to this iconic cathedral across continents. The name itself carries an air of mystique and elegance. The grandeur continues as you approach the North gate sculpture featuring St. John the Baptist—a symbol of strength and renewal within Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral's walls. Gaze upon the majestic spires that reach towards heaven—symbols of divine connection at Chartres Cathedral in France's Centre Region. They stand tall against all odds, reminding us of our own resilience. Not only does this sacred place inspire awe but it also represents Masonic Charity—a beacon for compassion and goodwill within its community. Finally, let your eyes be drawn to "Christ in majesty" presiding over the Royal Door—an embodiment of grace and power within Chartres Cathedral's hallowed halls. Chartres is more than just a city; it is an experience that transports you through time with its unparalleled stained glass artistry and rich history. Discover this gem nestled amidst picturesque landscapes—it will leave an indelible mark on your soul.