Joan of Arc captured by soldiers, with the walls of Compiegne behind, stained glass window, 20th century, designed by Max Ingrand, in the Chapelle Jeanne d'Arc in Rouen Cathedral or the Cathedrale de Notre Dame de Rouen, built 12th century in Gothic style, with work continuing through the 13th and 14th centuries, Rouen, Normandy, France. The original windows were destroyed in the Second World War. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Joan of Arc captured by soldiers, with the walls of Compiegne behind, stained glass window, 20th century, designed by Max Ingrand, in the Chapelle Jeanne d'Arc in Rouen Cathedral or the Cathedrale de Notre Dame de Rouen, built 12th century in Gothic style, with work continuing through the 13th and 14th centuries, Rouen, Normandy, France. The original windows were destroyed in the Second World War. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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