Here are the traces of the Baptist Hall of Notre Dame's Cathedral "the Gate of Paradise". The Museum introduces the construction process of the cathedral and some exquisite sculptures in the cathedral. It is a place where we can feel Notre Dame's Cathedral further.
First, we have to queue up to visit the church, and then go to the underground floor. There is a place to buy tickets, which is the only place to buy tickets. If we buy tickets, we can go to the museum. This is a joint ticket. There is no separate price, including the Baptist hall and the tower, all of which use the same ticket.
The Cathedral of Notre Dame of Florence, located in Florence, Italy, is a treasure of Italian Renaissance architecture. It is the fourth Cathedral in the world. It was built by the architect Arnolfo Di Cambio in 1296. The dome of Florence Cathedral was one of the early Renaissance buildings. The exterior wall of the church is made of natural red, green and white marble. The three colours match each other brightly. After the wind and rain, it is still dazzling! The three colors constitute the flag color of Italy, which records and inherits the evolution history of human civilization.
The Museum of Notre Dame's Cathedral of Hundred Flowers is on the side near the dome of conversation, that is, far from Giotto Bell Tower. If you buy tickets for Notre Dame Cathedral, then you don't need to buy tickets to enter the museum. The only ticket is 18 euros. Visitors to the Baptist Hall of St. John's see the gates of heaven, which are now stored in museums. Another important point is Michelangelo's statue of the Virgin Mother and Son designed for his mausoleum. The miniature panorama of Notre Dame's Cathedral of Hundred Flowers and St. Johnson's Baptist Hall was seen in the museum, which was more realistic than what was seen on the spot, because the distance around the cathedral was not wide enough to frame the whole cathedral.
Out of Hutong 1, I exclaimed: Ah!! That strong sense of visual impact is stronger than St. Peter's Church of the First Cathedral. True beauty!
This is a cathedral full of history. Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci's superb skills are shown here. It's a place worth visiting.