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Aachen Cathedral "The Gothic choir and a series of chapels that were added throughout the Middle Ages created the composite array of features that characterised the cathedral." (Official description)
Albi The Cathedral
Alcala de Henares Cathedral
Amiens Cathedral
Assisi Basilica of San Francesco: "(...) the upper building is conceived as a vast Gothic hall, to represent the life of the saint." "The lower basilica of San Francesco is entered through an exquisite Gothic portal" (AB Ev) Other Gothic buildings include the Basilica di Santa Chiara and the Sacro Convento.
Avignon Palais des Papes
Avila Cathedral
Belfries Arras, Antwerp, Bruges, Dunkerque (Saint-Éloi), Leuven, Mechelen, Nieuwpoort, Oudenaarde, Tongeren, Ypres, Zoutleeuw
Blenheim Palace High Lodge, Park Farm
Bourges Cathedral
Brugge Cloth Hall and City Hall
Budapest Matthias Church
Burgos Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
Cidade Velha Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Rosário
City of Luxembourg The Notre-Dame Cathedral "is a noteworthy example of late gothic architecture".
Cologne Cathedral
Crac des Chevaliers "The buildings in the inner ward were rebuilt by the Hospitallers in a Gothic style." (wiki)
Dubrovnik Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains (Unesco website)
Edinburgh Saint Giles' Cathedral
Evora Cathedral
Ferrara "Different from the entirely Romanesque façades of Modena and Parma Cathedrals, the upper parts of that in Ferrara show Gothic forms, already beginning in with the peaked arches comprising the triple round arches of first gallery."
Florence Palazzo Vecchio, Cathedral and Holy Cross Basilica
Grand Place, Brussels Town Hall
Graz Schloss Eggenberg Court Chapel
Great Spa Towns of Europe Baden-Baden: The abbey church of the Lichtenthal Abbey is in the Gothic style.
Kraków Saint Mary's Basilica
Kutna Hora Saint Barbara's Church and Our Lady's Cathedral
La Lonja de la Seda
Lübeck Saint Mary's Church
Malbork Castle
Maulbronn Monastery The construction of the church was "of fundamental importance for the dissemination of Gothic architecture over much of northern and central Europe."
Mir Castle successive cultural influences (Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance) (AB ev)
Monastery of Alcobaça
Monastery of Batalha
Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey
Naples San Lorenzo Maggiore, San Domenico Maggiore
Naumburg Cathedral The west choir with the famous donor portrait statues of the twelve cathedral founders (Stifterfiguren) and the Lettner, works of the Naumburg Master, is one of the most significant early Gothic monuments. (wiki)
Padua’s fourteenth-century fresco cycles "the Basilica of St. Anthony of Padua (...) is characterised by a fusion of different styles: Romanesque, in features of its gabled façade; Gothic, in the floor plan of the ambulatory with its nine chapels; Byzantine, in the eight lead-sheeted cupolas and in the two slim bell-towers." (Nomination file, p. 112) – "in the decoration of the Oratory of St. George this model [of frescoes] is explored in a way that reflects the new style of International Gothic." (Nomination file, p. 136)
Paphos “The Gothic hall in the east wing [of the Lusignan manor house] is considered to be one of the finest surviving monuments of Frankish profane architecture on the island.”
Paris, Banks of the Seine Notre Dame Cathedral and Saint Chapelle
Paseo del Prado and Buen Retiro The Church of San Jerónimo el Real was built in the late Gothic style with Renaissance elements
Petäjävesi Old Church Inspired by it: older forms derived from Gothic groined ceilings (AB ev)
Piazza del Duomo (Pisa) The loggia, the top storey and the dome of the Baptistry are in the Gothic style as is the Camposanto's cloister.
Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands Vernazza: the church of St Margaret of Antioch is a typical example of Ligurian Gothic (AB ev); San Pietro in Portovenere
Prague Saint Vitus' Cathedral, Old Town Hall, Charles Bridge and T?n Church
Quedlinburg Town Hall
Rammelsberg and Goslar Goslar: Walkenried monastery, Huldigungssaal at the town hall
Regensburg Cathedral
Reims "a masterpiece of Gothic art" (OUV)
Rhodes Rhodes is one of the most beautiful urban ensembles of the Gothic period. ... Contact with the traditions of the Dodecanese changed the forms of Gothic architecture (OUV)
Rome Santa Maria sopra Minerva Church
Roskilde Cathedral Scandinavia's first Gothic cathedral to be built of brick (AB ev)
Saint-Savin sur Gartempe Entry tower
Salamanca Cathedral
Salzburg Salzburg is rich in buildings from the Gothic period onwards (AB ev), for example the Burgher houses
Santiago de Compostela Convent and Church of San Domingos de Bonaval
Seville Cathedral
Siena Cathedral and Public Palace
Sighisoara two gothic churches
Spissky Hrad and Levoca Levoca's St James Church
Split Papalic Palace, Town Hall
Strasbourg Cathedral
Syracuse "At the end of the 14th century, (...) the favourite architectural style" became "the Chiaramontana style, an original interpretation of the Gothic. The Palazzi Nava, Abela, Chiaramonte and Montalto, and the churches and monasteries of S.Benedetto, S.Francesco and S.Domenico are this period's contributions to the cityscape." (Nomination file, p. 59)
São Luis Remédios Church (1719)
Tallinn Saint Olav's Church
The Porticoes of Bologna Basilica di San Petronio
Toledo Cathedral and Saint John's of the Kings Church
Torun Town Hall
Trier Saint Mary's Church
Upper Middle Rhine Valley several churches, most famous of which are in Lorch and Oberwesel
Urbino The former convent of Saint Augustine
Val di Noto anta Maria delle Scale in Ragusa: "While badly damaged in the 1693 earthquake, half of this church was rebuilt in Baroque style, while half retained the original Gothic style (including the three Catalan-style portals in the right aisle)." (Wikipedia)
Venice and its Lagoon Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari Church, Golden House and Doge's Palace
Vienna Saint Stephen's Cathedral and Maria am Gestade Church
Vilnius Saint Anne's Church
Wachau Cultural Landscape Piarist Church in Krems (one of the Wachau's main tourist attractions)
Westminster Abbey
Wooden Churches of Maramures "interpretation of Gothic spirit in wood" (AB evaluation)


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