Notre-Dame Cathedral - mixture of Romanesque, Gothic style

08:48, May 05, 2011      

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Picture taken on May 3, 2011 shows Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai, western Belgian city. Tournai is one of the oldest city of Belgium. Built in the first half of 12th centery and famous for its mixed Romanesque and Gothic style, the Notre-Dame Cathedral of Tournai was listed as World Heritage by UNESCO in 2000. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)


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