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Architecture Puzzler #151
One of the great monuments of the Renaissance, this beautiful dome was raised — without centering — over the east end of a Gothic cathedral. What was the building, who was the architect, and during which century was it built?
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St. Paul's Cathedral in London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, came later.
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