Notre-Dame is built from various kinds of limestone from the whereabouts of Paris.
the Notre Dame cathedral is named after Notre Dame i.e. Our Lady
It took almost two centuries to build the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Construction started in 1163 and ended in the 14th century.
You probably mean the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris as "Notre Dame" is a very popular church patronage title which translated means "Our Lady". The most famous Notre Dame Cathedral is that of Paris, France. It is built on the eastern portion of the Île de la Cité, an island in the middle of the Seine River which runs through Paris.
The cathedral built out of Black Volcanic Rock.
It's a Cathedral. It was built to the glory of God.
Notre Dame de Strasbourg is a cathedral. It was built as a place of worship for Catholics.
The Notre Dame Cathedral is located in Paris, France. The Notre Dame Cathedral is an old Roman Catholic Marian cathedral that date back to the 1200's.
what does the cathedral de notre dame look like
Notre Dame was a gothic cathedral in France
The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
the? Notre Dame is a Catholic cathedral in the heart of Paris, France. Notre Dame is also a university in the state of Indiana, USA.
Notre-Dame de Paris is a cathedral. It was built to be a wide place of worship to accomodate Catholics in the Middle Ages.
no one, Maurice de Sully built it for the expanding population.
Notre Dame is a cathedral, that is a large church for Christians to worship. It was built because the existing church at the time was too small, and not beautiful enough for Paris.
A bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully.
Construction started in 1163 AD.
the notre dame cathedral is used for masses and you can take tours of the catherdal.
The cathedral of Notre-Dame is located in Paris, France.
the Notre-Dame cathedral is used as a place of worship, as it was intended.
Notre Dame cathedral is made of stones (a variety of limestones) from local sites.
In the Notre Dame Cathedral there are five thousand (5,000) gargoyles.
No. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a work of fiction. While the Notre Dame cathedral is real, the events and people of the story are not. As such, the story does not indicate anything real about the nature of Notre Dame.
The question is referring the Notre Dame Cathedral.