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170 Years to build, a day to be destroyed

Notre-Dame Cathedral: Before the Fire

The Cathedral of Notre Dame is uniquely connected to the history of Paris. Situated on the Ile de la Cite, construction commenced in 1163 and it took 170 years to complete.

Now, after the disasterous fire of April, 2019 (re)construction will commence again.  

Notre Dame
Side door to the Cathedral of Notre Dame
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