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In the Notre Dame Cathedral there are five thousand (5,000) gargoyles.
Every year around 13 million people visit the cathedral notre dame.
There are many cathedrals and churches dedicated to Our Lady, and therefore named "Notre Dame." One of the most beautiful cathedrals is that of Notre Dame de Chartres, and, arguably, the most famous Notre Dame cathedral is located in Paris, France.
Notre Dame simply means our lady, so there are many churches devoted to the Virgin Mary called Notre Dame (Notre Dame de Chartres, Notre Dame de Rouen, etc.). The most famous Notre Dame Cathedral (with the Hugo story and Disney movie and all) is located in center of Paris.
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13.5 million people visited the Notre Dame cathedral in 2006. This is the most visited French (and possibly European) monument.
While the question does not specify which "Notre Dame" cathedral is meant (because there are many cathedrals with this name), the name "Notre Dame" indicates that it is a church dedicated to "Our Lady" (which is what the French phrase means.) "Our Lady" always means "the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ." Thus, the patronal saint of a cathedral named "Notre Dame" would be St. Mary, the mother of Christ.
There are many cathedrals named "Notre Dame," both in France and in other French-speaking countries. The cathedral known as Notre Dame de Paris was built between 1172-1340. The cathedral known as Notre Dame de Chartres, as it stands today, was built between 1194 and 1260.
it has many floors 1,000,001 to be exact!
OVER 1 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR
Reason Notre Dame Cathedral Is FamousBig, beautiful, center of Paris and took over 100 years to complete Also, one of the many reasons this cathedral is so important is because it was the first cathedral built with flying buttresses. Flying buttresses are what help the cathedral to be so tall.
The whole building only has one line of symmetry
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was built by decree of Bishop Maurice de Sully in 1163 A.D. Like almost all medieval cathedrals, it took many years (and several successive Bishops) before it was finished. The "average" start to finish time of a Cathedral in that era was about a century.
The University of Notre Dame is located in Notre Dame, IN. However, many people will refer to Notre Dame as being located in South Bend, IN but Notre Dame, IN is slightly more specific.
Norte Dame cathedral has over 4,999 gargoyles and many priceless paintings. It also has a huge bell name Emmanuel that ways over 28,000 pounds.In 1831 Victor Hugo wrote the story of "Hunchback of Notre Dame" to brighten the spirits of people in France because they thought it was vulgar. -- Julia
About 182 years, beginning in 1163 and ending in around 1345.
contains 35,000 pieces of art in 60,000 square feet of gallery space.
The Eiffel Tower, the Arc du Triomphe, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre and many, many others.
Duke vs. Notre Dame final score at the Joyce Center is 76-72 in favor of Notre Dame
the construction began in 1163 and lasted for centuries, with many changes in the original design. Have a look at the official website (link)