St Joan of Arc in prison, 1429-31, from a series of 19th century stained glass windows by Galland and Gibelin illustrating the life of Joan of Arc, in Orleans Cathedral, or the Basilique Cathedrale Sainte-Croix d'Orleans, built in Gothic style 1278-1329 and largely rebuilt 1601-1829 after it was partially destroyed in 1568, in Orleans, Loiret, Centre, France. The cathedral is listed as a historic monument. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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St Joan of Arc in prison, 1429-31, from a series of 19th century stained glass windows by Galland and Gibelin illustrating the life of Joan of Arc, in Orleans Cathedral, or the Basilique Cathedrale Sainte-Croix d'Orleans, built in Gothic style 1278-1329 and largely rebuilt 1601-1829 after it was partially destroyed in 1568, in Orleans, Loiret, Centre, France. The cathedral is listed as a historic monument. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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