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Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg

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Ranked #1 in Strasbourg Can't-Miss Landmarks
Churches and Cathedrals
Opening Soon Open on Mon-Sat,8:30am-11:15am;Open on Mon-Sat,12:45pm-5:45pm;Open on Sun,9:00am-12:00pm;Open on Sun,2:00pm-7:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1 hour
Address:
Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 StrasbourgMap

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Strasbourg Cathedral, the sixth tallest church in the world. The Ill River flows slowly through the vicinity. There are many runners on the paths along the river, young and old.

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Strasbourg Church is one of the more important historical buildings in the Middle Ages (11th to 15th centuries), and it is also a famous Gothic church in Europe. " to describe this church. The 142-meter-high minaret was added in 1439, the same year the church was inaugurated. Construction of the front wall began in 1277, with its rose windows and stone lace, and its three porticos are also decorated with exquisite statues, which is also famous for Strasbourg Cathedral. The nave is magnificent and elegant, with its stained-glass windows (12th-15th centuries) and the Pillar of Angels (c. 1230) imposing, together with the intricately carved pulpit (1484), and the famous Sieber The Silbermann organ is more pleasing to the eye. There is a one-story astronomical clock (L'horloge Astronomique) in the church, which has been in operation since 1547. Every 15 minutes, there are statues of children, youth, adults and the elderly representing the 4 stages of life, but every o'clock is on the clock. There is a god of death with an axe coming out to tell the time, and it is accurate so far. At about 12:30 noon, the bell will ring to tell the time with music, which can be said to be the spiritual symbol of the Renaissance in Strasbourg.
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