National Geographic : 1922 Jul
CATHEDRALS OF THE OLD AND NEW WORLD .4. . A I TOURS CATHEDRAL The facade, constructed from 1426 to 1547, is a notable example of the waning Gothic style called Flamboyant. Henry IV said it was a jewel for which only the casket was want ing. It is noted for the beauty of its richly colored glass windows. The two towers, 226 and 230 feet in height, are in the Renaissance style of the sixteenth century.