If You have chosen a Gothic style. this choice is not random. Gothic stained glass is immersed in an eternal space. Shimmering and cobalt purple glass, inserted in a lead frame, fills the room with mystery of the middle ages.
The style is Gothic – the true crown of the middle ages, it is bright colors, gilding, soaring into the sky with the barbed needles of the towers, Symphony of light, stone and glass.
Gothic stained glass has remained a cult on purpose and religious topics. Multicolored radiance of Gothic stained glass had a strong emotional impact on the congregation.
These elements of the interior appeared in the epoch of aristocratic, and imbued with the spirit of Gothic chivalry.
Stained glass Windows in the Gothic style is the result of a period of deep religiosity and symbolic thinking of the middle ages Europe. Full of subtle sense, the characters sharply delineated in the architecture of the time, and the Gothic stained glass for the best visual demonstration. Italy, Holland, Switzerland, great Britain, Czechoslovakia – in all of these countries lived and worked medieval artists who left the world masterpieces of survivors and authors, and the era. Continue reading
It is difficult to find the right words to describe impressions from the Gothic Cathedral. They are high and reach for the sky endless arrows of towers and turrets, visperhof, finials, pointed arches. But more striking is not how much height. how much wealth aspects. opening, when you circle around the Cathedral.
Gothic cathedrals are not only high, but also very long: for example Chartres has a length of 130 meters and the length of the transept is 64 meters, and to work around around it is required to pass at least half a kilometer. And with each point the Cathedral looks new. Unlike the Romanesque Church with its clear, easily observable forms. the Gothic Cathedral is vast, often asymmetrical and even heterogeneous in its parts: each of its facades with their individual portal. Walls are not felt, they would not have. Arches, galleries, towers, some sites with arcades, huge Windows, on and on – infinitely complex, delicate open forms.
And all this space is inhabited – the Cathedral both inside and outside is inhabited by a mass of sculptures ( in the Chartres Cathedral about ten thousand sculptures). They occupy not only the portals and galleries, but they can also be found on the roof, the eaves, under the arches of the chapels, spiral staircases, occur in the gutter,on consoles. In short, the Gothic Cathedral is the world. He really has absorbed the world of the medieval city. Continue reading
Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It remains in everyone’s heart, who has ever seen its amazing palaces, magnificent churches and lovely houses with bright orange roofs and colorful facades. Among the recognized architectural masterpieces, elegant palaces and majestic temples had been preserved entire blocks of old houses that are imbued with the spirit of medieval Europe. Once you have tried the local beer with a lush foam cap and eating roasted pork knuckle, you always fall in love with this city.
Sightseeing tour of Prague “Old Town – Museum under the open sky” . The route of the tour: Wenceslas square , old town square and the town Hall, the famous astronomical clock, Tyn Cathedral, St. Nicolas Church, Paris street, Jewish quarter, Kafka’s house. Continue reading