A gothic masterpiece surrounded by the Seine with striking , iconic gargoyles and an organ that will leave you lost of words...
Meet the Huntchback!
You’ll be greeted by dozens of majestic gargoyles from all four sides of this imposing , world-famous catholic cathedral built between 1163 and 1345. It is one of the oldest examples of Gothic architecture in France and due to its location on the Île de la Cité, is completely surrounded by the waters of the Seine. Unfortunately, on April 15, 2019 the building suffered significant damage due to a fire; two thirds of the roof were destroyed, the central needle of Viollet-le-Duc fell and the rose windows were damaged by what at the moment can not be visited inside.
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