Ambulatory surrounding the apse, with cross vaulted ceiling and carved keystones, in the Cathedral of St Mary, designed by Benito Dalguayre in Catalan Gothic style and begun 1347 on the site of a Romanesque cathedral, consecrated 1447 and completed in 1757, Tortosa, Catalonia, Spain. The decorative keystone of 1440 of the Coronation of the Virgin is seen through the arch. The cathedral has 3 naves with chapels between the buttresses and an ambulatory with radial chapels. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Ambulatory surrounding the apse, with cross vaulted ceiling and carved keystones, in the Cathedral of St Mary, designed by Benito Dalguayre in Catalan Gothic style and begun 1347 on the site of a Romanesque cathedral, consecrated 1447 and completed in 1757, Tortosa, Catalonia, Spain. The decorative keystone of 1440 of the Coronation of the Virgin is seen through the arch. The cathedral has 3 naves with chapels between the buttresses and an ambulatory with radial chapels. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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