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Southern French Gothic Architecture

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Southern French Gothic (gothique méridional) is a regionally specific style of Gothic architecture that developed in the south of France and, especially in its exerior appearance, is simpler and much less ornate than northern French Gothic and uses predominantly brick as construction material instead of stone.

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# Name Country
1 Albi Cathedral France
2 Collégiale Saint-Paul de Clermont-l'Hérault France
3 Condom Cathedral France
4 Couvent des Jacobins France
5 Eauze Cathedral France
6 Église Saint-Paul de Frontignan France
7 Lavaur Cathedral France
8 Lectoure Cathedral France
9 Lodève Cathedral France
10 Lombez Cathedral France

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