The Cathedral in Autumn

We live in Regent Square so we see this building regularly. It is easy to take it for granted. The Cathedral of Learning, is a Pittsburgh landmark and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A gray day with a splash of color adds to the Cathedral’s magic.

It is 42 stories high and was construction was finished in 1934 although classes were first held their in 1931. It is the second tallest gothic style building in the world that is not a church. A proud symbol of the University of Pittsburgh and the city it represents.

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The Cathedral in Autumn

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The Cathedral of Learning

We live in Regent Square so we see this building regularly. It is easy to take it for granted. The Cathedral of Learning, a Pittsburgh landmark and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places

It is 42 stories high and was construction was finished in 1934 although classes were first held their in 1931. It is the second tallest gothic style building in the world that is not a church. A proud symbol of the University of Pittsburgh and the city it represents.

To see other images and buy apparel or prints, please visit my commercial gallery.

Cathedral of Learning

Reading for Godot

Walking through the Sorbonne in Paris at lunchtime, I came across this scene. What else should a young Parisian student be doing at lunch other than reading. You can purchase a print of this image at my commercial site by clicking here.

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Reading for Godot

Reading for Godot

L’Université Paris-Sorbonne

The Sorbonne University is in the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank of Paris and a great place to walk around.It is one of the first Universities in the World and dates back to the early 13th Century. The architecture is striking and there are many nooks and crannies to explore. This door is the entry to the Law School across from the Pantheon. One of the things I love about old European cities are these magical entryways they have to enclosed enclaves that date back to the middle ages. You can see other images from Paris on my European Gallery by clicking here.

L’Université Paris-Sorbonne

L’Université Paris-Sorbonne