A part of the Strasbourg carnival parade.
A final view of the west facade of the cathedral as we left it…
Another view of the Astronomical clock at Strasbourg cathedral. This is the perpetual calendar. More information on the clock can be read here.
Strasbourg cathedral is famous for it’s astronomical clock. The details can be found at its own wikipedia page. For me at the moment, I just admired its beauty…This is the orrery, showing the solar system.
A closer look at the roof of the apse at Strasbourg cathedral.
Another view of the apse at Strasbourg cathedral, I could not take my eyes away from the beautiful murals.
A view of the intricate woodwork on the roof. I miss the age where everything that had to exist was deemed worthy of being made beautiful…
And a lost shot of the pulpit at Strasbourg Cathedral. It was the most beautiful I’ve ever seen (mind you, I’ve only seen the one! :D)
One more shot of the magnificently carved pulpit at the Cathedral.
One view of the pulpit at Strasbourg cathedral. I had no idea (when I clicked the shot) that this ornately carved structure was used for so everyday a task. 🙂