Le Havre Cathedral is the oldest church in the city and has a history of 500 years. Although the church is not as grand as St. Joseph’s Church, the interior decoration is also very magnificent. The high vaults and exquisite statues of gods give people a very sacred feeling when the sun shines into the church through the windows.
Le Havre Cathedral, also known as Le Havre Notre Dame, is the main church of the diocese here. The building combines the three styles of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque, and is the oldest building in Le Havre. The size of the church is very large, but the color patterns are relatively simple. Even if the light is good, there are not too many shocking colors, which is slightly inferior to St. Joseph's Cathedral.
The full name of the Cathedral of Cathédral edu Havre Le Havre (Cathédrale Notre-Damedu Havre) is the main church of the diocese of Le Havre. The building is very simple, combining Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. It is the oldest building in Le Havre. It is a 25-minute walk from the train station.
This is a photo of another facade with its bell tower next to it. Unlike many churches I have seen, Le Havre Cathedral looks old and weathered by the years, just like the old people who came to mass, exudes the atmosphere of the Middle Ages in the simple and elegant tranquility.
The main church of the whole city is gorgeously decorated and worth seeing