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Gothic architecture
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The Fountainhead
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  • It looked like a medieval fortress, with a Gothic cathedral grafted to its belly.
  • Remarkable example of Gothic architecture.
  • He doesn’t belong here, thought Scarret, because he doesn’t look modern—that’s what it is—he doesn’t look modern, no matter what kind of pants he’s wearing—he looks like something out of a Gothic cathedral.

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  • Gothic architecture flourished during the mid and late medieval period.

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