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After centuries of dark Romanesque cathedrals, a new architectural structure made Gothic architecture possible. Ceiling could tower overhead. Walls could be thin, and support massive stained glass windows. The dark cramped interiors gave way to open, bright spaces that seemed to form a space for the Christian God, and inspired awe. Learn about the structures of Gothic architecture that made this new style possible in this flashcard set.
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2 chapters | 12 lessons | 12 flashcard sets