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Cathédrale Saint-Maurice de Mirepoix by Peter Reid

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Cathédrale Saint-Maurice de Mirepoix is a former Roman Catholic cathedral, and a national monument of France, located in the town of Mirepoix, Ariège.

It was formerly the seat of the Bishop of Mirepoix. The diocese, created in 1317, was abolished under the Concordat of 1801 and the territory divided between the Diocese of Carcassonne and the Archdiocese of Toulouse.

Copyright © Peter Reid 2012 All Rights Reserved


Camera : Nikon D700
Lens : nikkor 28-80mm
Date : 17 November 2012
Exposure : 1.00Sec
Aperture : f4
Program : Manual
ISO : 200
Light : indoors natural
Flash : Not fired
FocalLength : 28.00(mm)


france, mirepoix, church architecure, peter reid

Peter Reid retired from teaching in 2002 and returned to university, achieving MA photography. Since then he has traveled throughout Europe researching on two fronts; The photographer’s Human Rights and Gothic Architecture. He holds Associate membership of the Royal Photographic Society and is a past member of The Royal Musical Society. In 2012 he was successful at ABRSM grade 3 Piano, and now grade 4 beckons.

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