Taps Coogan – November 10th, 2020
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The following 3D scan, by Sketchfab user R0m1R, shows the magnificently intricate entrance to the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. The entrance is known as ‘The Entrance of the Final Judgement’ and it was built between 1210 and 1240 AD and modified from 1771 and 1772. The scenes above the doors depict Matthew 24-25 in five acts typical of 13th century French sculpture.
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