Low angle view of the designed modernist tower of the church of Notre-Dame du Raincy on May 24, 2009 in Le Raincy, Seine Saint Denis, France. Built in 1922-1923 by the architects and brothers Auguste and Gustave Perret, the cathedral was the first one to be built with reinforced concrete. The stained glass was created by Marguerite Hure based on sketches by Maurice Denis. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Low angle view of the designed modernist tower of the church of Notre-Dame du Raincy on May 24, 2009 in Le Raincy, Seine Saint Denis, France. Built in 1922-1923 by the architects and brothers Auguste and Gustave Perret, the cathedral was the first one to be built with reinforced concrete. The stained glass was created by Marguerite Hure based on sketches by Maurice Denis. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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