Lausanne Cathedral, Lausanne (Switzerland) – Travel Guide
Take a tour of Lausanne Cathedral in Lausanne, Switzerland — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The Lausanne Cathedral is a Gothic church located in Lausanne, Switzerland. The city of Lausanne is near Lake Geneva, in the French-speaking region of Romandy. The building of the church began in the late 12th century, but to this day the job remains unfinished. The church was consecrated around 100 years after construction first began, by Pope Gregory the tenth. The inside of the church features an immense Gothic rose window, and sustaining the ceiling over the choir are graceful flying buttresses. Although restorations continue, visitors can still walk through the Great Porch and experience the beauty that this church has to offer.
From the Mountaintops: The Evolution of Swiss Drug Policy (Sub: ENG, POL, HUN)
FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com WEB: www.drugreporter.net If you would like to learn more about Swiss drug policy, read the new report of the Open Society Institute, titled “From the Mountaintops: The Evoluation of Drug Policy Change in Switzerland and Its Lessons for the World” at: blog.soros.org