Reims Cathedral

Marguerite Mannix
June 7, 2015

After having studied the cathedral at Reims in Art History class, I could not turn down the opportunity to see it in person, so I ventured with a group of IES students on an excursion to see it this week.  Seeing it in person leaves such a strong impression, one that textbook photos and projector slides cannot live up to, but I hope the photos I took will give you a sense of the enormous scale, intricate detail, and awe inspiring presence that the Reims cathedral has.   









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Marguerite Mannix

<p>Hi, I&#39;m Marguerite Mannix, a current Art History student at the University of Texas at Austin. I&#39;m a free spirited, photographer, writer, and lover of music, art and adventure. I consider myself somewhat of a nomad because I was born in NYC, grew up in Texas, went to boarding school in California, travel during the summer and am basically never in one place too long. I am so excited to study abroad in Paris this summer and share my stories and photos with you on this blog! Enjoy!!</p>

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