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Ancient Greek colonies. Early Middle Ages Franks. Middle Ages Direct Capetians. Bourbon kings. Long 19th century French Revolution. Kingdom of France. This illustration depicts the five naves, the west wall with three gates, the famous rose window and two quadrangular towers.
This artwork from depicts The First Restauration, or the arrival of the count of Artois, who would become Charles X. This illustration from depicts the organ being repaired.
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It's safe to say in a building this old there is always something in need of fixing. This old drawing by Frank Craig shows visitors standing near the gargoyles on the towers in Here you can see renovations taking place in It's rare that this structure isn't being renovated.
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This photo from shows an ordination ceremony being performed by Cardinal Jean Verdler inside the cathedral. An American soldier distributing chewing gum to children in August after the liberation of Paris. In , unionists and steelworkers hung banners from the cathedral during a march to protest the loss of their jobs through factory closings. In , it's clear Catholicism was no longer the only religion with major structures in Paris. At the left, we see the Institute of the Arabic World in the foreground and the Notre Dame in the distance.
People often wonder what the meaning of these demonic looking gargoyles is. Though I'm not sure about the form, the function is said to be a way of draining rainwater off the stone structure. In , Paris celebrated years of history. The Notre Dame along with the Eiffel Tower is one of it's most visited tourist destinations, with 14 million visitors a year.
Here you can see newlyweds posing in front of a bridge with "love locks," with the Cathedral in the background. Unfortunately, it burned through the night and was confirmed to be put out by a. Here you can see firefighters assessing the damage from above the famous Rose window after the fire was put out. The cause of the fire is unknown, but officials say it was possibly related to the ongoing renovations.
From inside, you can see the hole left where a portion of the roof, including the spire, has completely collapsed.