These are two of the magnificent stained glass windows of the Cathedral St. Peter & Paul, situated in the town Naumburg in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. It's a World Heritage Site of UNESCO. The today Protestant church, most of which dates back to the 13th century, is a renowned landmark of the German late Romanesque. The windows of the cathedral were made in 13th, 14 th and 15th century – and I was glad to take photos of them because a comprehensive restoration will begin in 2020 – with scaffolds and covering sheets.
Although I can't see them in the map view, I believe I remember this cathedral. Isn't it the one with two head statues in front of the edifice? Comparing the main with the Ci allows appreciation of all four of the beautiful windows. GLF, Pat
Buin (2019/12/21 16:20:37): Hallo Patricia!
I think you remember the heads of Cassius and Florentius in front of Bonn Cathedral: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Cassius_und_Florentius_(sculpture)?uselang=de#/media/File:Bonn_Cassius_Florentius.jpg