Stained Glass Cathedral and Church Windows
Churches, and especially cathedrals, often have stained glass windows. The older the church or cathedral, the better, because artisans centuries ago took great pride in their work. If the result of that work was for the glory of God, the artisan would do his best.
True, newer churches can have stained glass windows, but they are often smaller, and less detailed, than the great works from a time gone by. The older pieces were sometimes huge, and the number of stained glass windows in one cathedral might be many. Entire walls of these high ceiling structures often were lined with stained glass.