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The west end is dominated by two contrasting spires one, a 105 metre (349 ft) plain pyramid dating from the 1140s, and the other a 113 metre (377 ft) tall early 16th century Flamboyant spire on top of an older tower. (Reference: Extracted from Wikipedia) This is how she, the Cathedral (Elle) looks upon us everyday, from up here. We look quite small, perhaps all the problems that we may have also are not as large as we think they are, in her eyes.

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