The notes to the translation reference the lesson that teaches that most adjectives come after the noun. Short and common ones come before, but I don't think "majestuese" fits either of these requirements.
So, why is it placed before in this case, and the reverse placement is not accepted?
Freeform Writing Exercise B2
Inverting the position of adjective and noun is a stylistic element that emphasizes the majestic impression of the cathedral.
Chris is correct! They are adjectives - normally placed after the noun - that can be placed before the noun and in these cases, they are expressing an opinion / a judgment.
Take a look here: The position of délicieux in relation to the noun it is describing.
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
I think of the "bags" rule. Adjectives of beauty, age, goodness, size come before the noun. In this case, I think majestic is an adjective of beauty and/or size.
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