My family and I visited southern Hungary this Christmas and spent a day in the city of Pécs (pronounced Paytch). The image above shows the main entrance to the Pécs Cathedral. The iron gates of the main entrance are crafted to resemble grapevines, with the Holy Spirit - represented here by a dove - perched at the top. The craftsmanship here is among the best I have encountered in the field of ironwork. Truly a sight to behold.
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