Chartres

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a town in northern France that is noted for its Gothic Cathedral

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com)-- The Prix Picassiette, a prestigious international biennial exhibition, will be held October 17-November 18, 2012 in Chartres, France.
Chartres Cathedral is a window to vintage stained-glass art Chartres, France, attracts visitors from around the globe with its preserved medieval community and the picturesque Eure River.
light awards must be received by June 30, 2010, with the first, second and third-placed prizes being presented at a ceremony in Chartres, France, during the Annual LUCI Forum in September.
light awards must be received by June 30 with the first, second and third-placed prizes being presented at a ceremony in Chartres, France, during the annual Luci Forum in September.
This year's show will travel from Liverpool to the Centre International du Vitrail in Chartres, France, next to the world's most famous gothic cathedral.
The park received a major international boost recently through the generosity of enthusiast Jean Leleu of Chartres, France, who donated his entire private collection of more than 800 different cultivars, which he had amassed over a period of 20 years.
Many of them are in great Gothic cathedrals, like Chartres, France, often in the crypts.