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Valencia Cathedral, Spain
Gothic style (14th century)
The rose window illuminates one of the transepts of the church and still keeps remains of the old stained glass. It was called “the salomo” because of its elaborate structure and for holding the “Star of King David”. Thus, Jesus was acclaimed as the Messiah and “David’s Son”, born in the “Mystic rose” Mary. We know nothing about the master builder of this entrance, former door of the mosque, since the artists worked only for God’s glory. In 1354, it was completely finished, a fact that is derived from the coat of arms adorning the entrance (13th and 14th century)