Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Colorful Cathedrals

From ChurchPop:
Well, back in the 1990s, there was a cleaning program underway on the exterior. Midway through the project, scientists discovered something pretty intriguing on the western facade: traces of paint. Further tests were done, and they were able to determine how the western facade was painted back in the 13th century! Then they figured out a way to project the light of the colors very precisely onto the building.
The result? A breath-taking view of how the cathedral looked when it was first finished. (Read more.)

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