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The Bells of Notre-Dame de Paris

One of the most famous features of Notre-Dame de Paris is her bells. They faithfully mark the hours and ring out to commemorate significant occasions.

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Notre-Dame – The Pieces of a Puzzle

Since the new year, work on Notre-Dame de Paris is steadily progressing as we continue securing the structure of Notre-Dame Cathedral. We anticipate this work will be finished in summer 2021. Now that the scaffolding has been removed, the cathedral will be placed under a temporary umbrella-like structure above the crossing of the transept, nave, and choir to protect its interior from water damage. Installing this protective structure was finished in February.

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May – The Month of Notre-Dame

Throughout the centuries, the month of May has been celebrated as the month of Mary, or Our Lady, in many religions. In Paris, this adoration

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Special Embassy of France Event Commemorates Second Anniversary of Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire

Since the new year, work on Notre-Dame de Paris is steadily progressing as we continue securing the structure of Notre-Dame Cathedral. We anticipate this work will be finished in summer 2021. Now that the scaffolding has been removed, the cathedral will be placed under a temporary umbrella-like structure above the crossing of the transept, nave, and choir to protect its interior from water damage. Installing this protective structure was finished in February.

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Notre-Dame de Paris Rebuilding Updates: January & February 2021

Since the new year, work on Notre-Dame de Paris is steadily progressing as we continue securing the structure of Notre-Dame Cathedral. We anticipate this work will be finished in summer 2021. Now that the scaffolding has been removed, the cathedral will be placed under a temporary umbrella-like structure above the crossing of the transept, nave, and choir to protect its interior from water damage. Installing this protective structure was finished in February.

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Notre-Dame Cathedral’s Choir Statues

If you’ve ever visited Notre-Dame Cathedral, you must have noticed the many statues that adorn its interior. Looking specifically at the choir – the area of the cathedral designed to accommodate the liturgical singers between the nave and the altar – the statues represent many things; some commemorate saints, depict biblical events or pay homage to French monarchs. But none are as prominent as the statues that surround the high altar in the apse at the end of the choir. 

This is a screenshot taken from the Virtual Touring App built for Notre-Dame Cathedral to enable virtual touring during covid 19. The Virtual Touring App was developed by Columbia University
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Virtual Tour of Notre Dame

Experience a virtual tour of Notre Dame Cathedral! The virtual tour of Notre Dame allows you to conduct your own visit to the spaces of

This is a screenshot taken from the Virtual Touring App built for Notre-Dame Cathedral to enable virtual touring during covid 19. The Virtual Touring App was developed by Columbia University
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Notre Dame Virtual Tour

Experience Notre Dame virtual tour today! Notre Dame virtual tour allows you to conduct your own visit to the spaces of Notre-Dame Cathedral, studying the

This picture shows Saint Genevieve depicted in one of Notre-Dame de Paris' windows
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Notre-Dame de Paris, a Place of Healing

Notre-Dame Cathedral is no stranger to disease, plagues and the myriad other challenges humanity has faced during her more than 850-year-existence. Over the centuries, Notre-Dame