Within Romanesque architecture and especially in Gothic architecture, the rose window played a prominent role. Obviously it provided lighting to the interior of the nave, it also served as an illustration thanks to the motifs represented in the stained glass windows it held and it was also a characteristic hallmark of the building since each one was different, especially from the s. XIII, when the great master builders left their mark on the works, thus creating a school with a recognizable style.


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