Best viewed in LARGE.
This is the interior of the gothic Saint Rombolds Cathedral in Mechelen, Belgium.
Building started in the 13th century and it was inaugurated in 1322, but finished as it is today around 1500.
Apparently only the tower of the cathedral is a member of the UNESCO World Heritage list, not the rest of the Cathedral, can you actually believe that kind of crap ???
There are some other (non-fisheye) interior shots of this cathedral here :
To get an idea of the outside of this magnificent cathedral, you can have a look at :
Standard 3 exposures HDR on a tripod using the Sigma 10mm fisheye lens and a remote control.
Can't remember, too long ago, sorry.
All comments, criticism and tips for improvements are ( as always ) welcome.