4th arr., 6 Parvis Notre-Dame-Place Jean-Paul II
One of the world’s architectural masterpieces, a place of worship since pagan times, completed in the 14th century.
An awe-inspiring exterior of Gothic extravagance, with gargoyles, gabled carved doorways and magnificent rose windows.
Inside a vast echoing hall, 115 fett high, that can hold 9000 worshippers at any one time. The pillars are Gothic, the aisles are flanked by chapels and flying buttresses support the roof. If you want to know what is what, tag along behind one of the numerous English-speaking guides or join a tour. You can climb to the top of the towers, stroll in the public garden and visit the museum in the crypt to see the remains of the original cathedral.

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