Coronation of the Virgin, Rose window, 1459, Church Santa Maria del Mar, 1324-79, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain,  by Berenguer de Montagut, founded to commemorate the Catalan conquest of Sardinia in the reign of Jaume II (1267-1327), its name represents the naval supremacy of the House of Barcelona. It stands on the site of a Roman cemetery (4th-6th century). Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Coronation of the Virgin, Rose window, 1459, Church Santa Maria del Mar, 1324-79, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, by Berenguer de Montagut, founded to commemorate the Catalan conquest of Sardinia in the reign of Jaume II (1267-1327), its name represents the naval supremacy of the House of Barcelona. It stands on the site of a Roman cemetery (4th-6th century). Picture by Manuel Cohen

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