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Lines and Patterns at La Major

Marseille Cathedral, or Cathédrale de la Major, is a striking presence on the harbour front.

Bold and harsh monochrome stripes are pleasantly and surprisingly broken by splashes of pattern and colour.

The result is an unmissable and unforgetable building


entirely recognisable even in reflection:


Linked to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines to Patterns.

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