The Least Known of the Great French Cathedrals
The Bourges Cathedral is probably one of the lesser-known gems of the Gothic art world, but it definitely doesn't have the same notoriety as Notre Dame, Amiens or Reims. However, it is comparable to the above merit as can be seen in the images. The Cathedral of Saint-Étienne has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Sight since 1992. The Cathedral's size is truly impressive, as are its stained glass windows. It was built between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Highlights include five ships, which can also be seen on the porch. The porch is decorated with a scene worthy of Judgment.