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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

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entirely recognisable even in reflection:

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Linked to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines to Patterns.

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