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Windows from the Renaissance
Saint Stephen Cathedral in Metz has glass walls of the most imposing dimensions. Thiébaud of Lixheim realized 16 stained-glass windows offered by the Bishop Henry of Lorraine-Vaudémont in 1504. Thomas of Clinchamp later completed the upper and lower part of the windows in 1513. Those adorning the south arm of the transept of the cathedral were designed by Valentin Bousch a few years later. During World War II, the stained-glass windows of Saint Stephen were dismantled and sheltered in the Abbey of Saint Martin, in Ligugé.
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