Area located at the crossing of the transept and the nave of the cathedral.
Area just beyond the transept where the clergy stand during the liturgy.
Vaulted or polygonal area forming the end of the choir where the high altar is usually located.
Semicircular area at the back of the cathedral that includes the apse and the ambulatory.
Part of a cathedral’s façade where the doors open; it can vary in depth.
Lateral nave, usually separated from the main nave by a row of columns.
Transverse area separating the choir from the nave and forming the arms of a cross.
Gallery that makes it possible to walk around the cathedral’s choir, starting from the transept.
Small lateral chapel arranged in a semicircle behind the choir surrounding the apse.
Chapel located beyond the walls at the back of the cathedral, in the axis of the nave.