Notre-Dame

       Notre-Dame de Paris, chef-d’œuvre de foi, d’art et d’histoire est la cathédrale de l’archidiocèse catholique de Paris.

C’est l’un des symboles les plus connus de la capitale française, et le monument le plus visité de France, devant la tour Eiffel.

Inscrite au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO, la cathédrale attire 13 millions de fidèles, pèlerins et visiteurs par an. Elle est le lieu de grandes célébrations diocésaines et nationales.

Le circuit des tours de Notre-Dame permet de visiter l’ensemble des parties hautes de la façade occidentale datées du XIIIe siècle, de contempler les gargouilles et les sculptures chimériques construites par Viollet-le-Duc au XIXe siècle ainsi que le Bourdon du XVIIe siècle.


387 marches sans ascenseur pour atteindre le sommet de la Tour Sud, il est recommandé d’être en bonne forme !

Adresse: 

Parvis Notre-Dame

75004   PARIS

itinéraire ...

Cathedral of NOTRE-DAME

à pieds :  8 minutes.

traverser la Rue de Rivoli , prendre rue St Martin à gauche avant la Tour St Jacques, pont Notre-Dame puis rue de la cité, voila le Parvis de Notre-Dame

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HORAIRES:


ouvert tous les jours

de    8h00  à 18h45 .

entrée Libre et Gratuite



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You have then a mini guide  which will facilitate you the visit of

NOTRE-DAME since

the Andrea  Hotel ***

Paris, formerly known as Lutetium, was evangelised in the 3rd century. There were enough Christians in the year 250 for Pope Fabian to send the first bishop, Dyonisius, to Paris. He became Saint Denis, the patron saint of the city. At the time, Christians were persecuted all over Gaul and the Roman Empire. the bishop Denis had to practice the faith in secret, probably in a simple room in a Gallo-Roman villa. Denis was martyred a few years later with his helpers on Mont Mercure, later named Mont Martyrum, or Montmartre. His successors lived in hiding until the Emperor Constantine declared peace with the Church in 313.

It was then possible to build Christian edifices, and the first one was most likely built on the left bank, perhaps, as some stories say, next to the current Val-de-Grâce. However, we do not have any precise information on this first cathedral or the ones to immediately follow it. Various excavations have been done on the eastern part of the Ile de la Cité, the current location of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. They lead to believe that at the beginning of the common era, there was a pagan temple, later replaced by a large Christian basilica with five naves, which most likely resembled the ancient basilicas of Rome or Ravenna.


Schedules:


Open all the days


9:00 am --- > 12:00 pm

during summer


9:00 am --- > 11:00 pm other  season

    Go to the Cathedral...

by foot :  8 minutes   (google)

cross the Rivoli street, Saint Martin street on the left, behind  Saint Jacques Tower, the Notre-Dame bridge, La Cité street   here is the cathedral of Notre-Dame of Paris.

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sur votre Smartphone.


Vous avez alors un mini guide en français qui vous facilitera la visite de la Cathédrale NOTRE-DAME   depuis l’Hôtel Andréa