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Inside the Gothic cathedral of St. John and St. Donatus (Dom zu Meiüen) in Meissen, Germany. 
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Inside the Gothic cathedral of St. John and St. Donatus (Dom zu Meiüen) in Meissen, Germany.
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Meissen Cathedral: nave vaultInside the Meissen Cathedral: the altar in the nave with paintings from the workshop of Lucas Cranach the Elder
Inside the chancel of the Gothic cathedral of St. John and St. Donatus (Dom zu Meiüen) in Meissen, Germany. 
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Inside the chancel of the Gothic cathedral of St. John and St. Donatus (Dom zu Meiüen) in Meissen, Germany.
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Inside the Meissen Cathedral: a statue of St. John in the chancel (cca 1260)Inside the Meissen Cathedral: a statue of St. Donatus in the chancel (cca 1260)Inside the Meissen Cathedral: a statue of Emperor Otto I in the chancel (cca 1260)Inside the Meissen Cathedral: a statue of St. Adelheid in the chancel (cca 1260)
The so-called Old Sacristy of the Meissen Cathedral, Germany. 
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The so-called Old Sacristy of the Meissen Cathedral, Germany.

"The vaulting of the sacristy is carried, as in Auerbach's Keller, by a single pillar. And there, through the small, rusty-barred, ivy-smothered windows of Putzenscheiben, I caught a glimpse, across the Elbe, of red crags and green meadows, and my friend the windmill still spinning eagerly on the sky-line. With a right good will my pfennigs dropped into a box marked „For the Heathen,‶ poor people who could not see such things." (Robert Haven Schauffler: Romantic Germany, 1909).
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A portrait of Martin Luther in the Great Sacristy of the Meissen CathedralInside the Great Sacristy of the Meissen CathedralInside the Great Sacristy of the Meissen CathedralInside the Great Sacristy of the Meissen Cathedral
Fürstenkapelle (Princes' Chapel) in the Meissen Cathedral. 
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Fürstenkapelle (Princes' Chapel) in the Meissen Cathedral.

The Princes' Chapel was built in 1425 for Frederick the Belligerent, Margrave of Meissen and Elector of Saxony, as a new burial place for the Wettin dynasty.
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A statue in the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralA statue in the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralA statue in the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralA statue in the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralA tomb in the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralA tomb in the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralThe vault of the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen CathedralA round window of the Princes' Chapel in the Meissen Cathedral
At the base of the spire of the Ulm Cathedral, the tallest (161 m) church tower in the world. 
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At the base of the spire of the Ulm Cathedral, the tallest (161 m) church tower in the world.
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