The definition of French Country Architecture is actually very broad. French architecture is actually another name for gothic architecture. Why is it called gothic architecture? Because gothic architecture was born and first appeared in France. Therefore, most buildings in France are Gothic. But, from time to time French architecture is always changing and influenced by several architectural styles. You can find Gothic architecture in castles, churches, and cathedrals. One example of this architecture from the Gothic basilica in France is the Saint-Denis Basilica. Apart from the church, Gothic architecture is also widely used in palaces, and one of the famous ones is the Palais des Papes in Avignon.
Paris is the first city to have one of the 6 most beautiful architectural buildings in France. In France, there are 6 of the most beautiful architectural buildings, namely Luxembourg Palace, a building used by the French Senate, Reims Cathedral is one of the oldest cathedrals that is owned by France, the Basilica of St Denis is strong in gothic atmosphere, Sainte-Chapelle is a palace-like design, Museum the iconic pyramid of the Louvre, and the last is the Eiffel Tower. It is the 6th most beautiful architectural building in France. Okay, without waiting too long we will share stunning architecture in France