Flying butresses of the Collegiale Notre-Dame de Poissy, showing the Western bell tower and chapels of the North aisle, a catholic parish church founded c. 1016 by Robert the Pious and rebuilt 1130-60 in late Romanesque and early Gothic styles, in Poissy, Yvelines, France. Saint Louis was baptised here in 1214. The Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Poissy was listed as a Historic Monument in 1840 and has been restored by Eugene Viollet-le-Duc. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Flying butresses of the Collegiale Notre-Dame de Poissy, showing the Western bell tower and chapels of the North aisle, a catholic parish church founded c. 1016 by Robert the Pious and rebuilt 1130-60 in late Romanesque and early Gothic styles, in Poissy, Yvelines, France. Saint Louis was baptised here in 1214. The Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Poissy was listed as a Historic Monument in 1840 and has been restored by Eugene Viollet-le-Duc. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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