11 juin 2007

Rosslyn (Scotland)

I thank providence for having allowed myself to visit this place before the passion of with a certain book left since…. Rosslyn chapel (in the past named Collégiale Matthieu saint) is a church which was built at the XV ième century in the village of Roslin, in Midlothian in Scotland. It was drawn by William Sinclair (alternative orthography “Clear St”) of the family Sinclair, a Scottish noble family going down from the Normands knights of Saint-Clearly and, according to the legend, was been dependent on the Knights... [Lire la suite]
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