World Heritage Sites connected to 'Famous tapestries':
Arles Belfries Belfrie of Oudenaarde: The tapestries hanging in the Lower Cloth Hall and the adjacent Cloth Hall building represent an art form that brought the city fame between about the 15th-18th centuries ; linkBlenheim Palace Series of 10, made in Brussels, depicting the battles in the Wars of the Spanish Succession by the 1st Duke of MarlboroughBurgos Cathedral A number of Flemish tapestriesCracow Tapestries in the cathedral and in the castleGolden Mountains of Altai The 5th century BC Pazyryk carpet, a product of an Achaemenid carpet production centre, was discovered in 1949 in the Altai Mountains.Guimarães Palace of the Dukes of Braganza: "In its vast collection, are the tapestries of Pastrana, which narrate some of the events in North African conquests, attributed to Nuno Gonçalves ... and a collection of Flemish tapestries by Peter Paul Rubens, among others"
Istanbul Numerous Seljuk carpetsKronborg Castle 40 King's Tapestries (1580) displaying no less than 113 historic Danish kings ("To reach such a high number, Frederik II included all sorts of legendary kings"). 14 have survived, 7 are still in the castle; linkMont-Saint-Michel Depicted in the Bayeux TapestryMudejar Architecture of Aragon
La Seo Cathedral in Zaragoza has a large and valuable collection of Flemish and French tapestries which used to be displayed inside the cathedralParis, Banks of the Seine 105 carpets prepared by Le Brun for the LouvreStrasbourg Strasbourg CathedralUpper Middle Rhine Valley Koblenz: the elector's former palace is now a museum; among other curiosities, it contains some fine Gobelin tapestries. (Wiki)Vatican City Tapestries by Rafael in the Sistine ChapelWestminster Westminster Abbey is depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry
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