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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de ParisNearby City

4.6/52,368 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
NOTE: On 15 April, 2019, a fire destroyed large portions of Notre-Dame. Much of the historic wooden roof and spire were lost. As of this edit, the extent of the damage was still being assessed. The cathedral will be forced to close for the foreseeable future. Please check with local authorities for more information. (Local time)
[Editor's Note: On 15 April, 2019, a fire destroyed large portions of Notre-Dame. The much of the historic wooden roof and the cathedral spire were lost. As of this edit, the extent of the damage was still being assessed. The cathedral will be forced to close for the foreseeable future.] Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, known simply as Notre-Dame, is often described as the very heart of Paris. Construction work began in 1160 and was largely completed in 1260, through renovations and modifications occurred often over the following centuries. It is a stunning example of French Gothic architecture and particularly well-known for its many gargoyles and flying buttresses. The cathedral’s stained glasses windows date from the 13th century, making them essentially priceless. Notre-Dame has played an important role throughout French history. In 1802, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned Emperor of France here. Located on the Ile de la Cite in the Sine River, Notre-Dame is a true masterpiece.
Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris

Basilica of the Sacred Heart of ParisNearby City

4.5/5822 Reviews
The main hall of the church opening time is 6:00-22:30; the dome opening time is May-September 8:30-20:00, October-April 9:00-17:00. Opening hours may be adjusted due to weather conditions. (Local time)
Sacré-Cœur (or the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris) commands the heights of Montmartre. As well as being one of Paris's famous landmarks, this is a quintessential symbol of Montmartre. Sacré-Cœur's architectural style is interesting, mixing a Romano-Byzantine design while the curved white domes are rather oriental in form. The pure white exterior is particularly eye-catching and the mosaics on the interior of the dome even more amazing. Visitors can climb up the spiral staircase to the top of the basilica dome and be rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of northern Paris.

PantheonNearby City

4.5/5340 Reviews
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Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
At the Pantheon in Paris some of the most distinguished French luminaries are buried. This includes Voltaire, the Curies and Victor Hugo. The mausoleum features a neoclassical style, with a facade designed like the Pantheon in Rome. Its interior includes grand columns, vibrant frescoes and a dome rising 83 meters high. The Pantheon was built in the second half of the 18th century. The Pantheon was commissioned by King Louis XV for the patron saint of Paris, Saint-Genevieve.
Saint Chapel

Saint ChapelNearby City

4.5/5217 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
La Sainte-Chapelle is a chapel on the Ile de la Cite in Paris, France. It is wildly considered one of the foremost examples of Gothic architecture in the world. The chapel was completed in 1248 and stood untouched until the French Revolution, when it was unceremoniously destroyed. It was originally built to house Kind Louis IX’s collection of relics, including what he believed to be Christ’s crown of thorns. Sainte-Chapelle is home to what many consider to be the world’s most beautiful and intricate stained glass, though much is re-creation based on original documents.
Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Chartres

Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Chartres Nearby City

4.4/525 Reviews
Historical Architecture
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
L'Église de la Madeleine

L'Église de la MadeleineNearby City

4.4/5192 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
The church is open from 9:30 to 19:00, and the time can be found on the official website. (Local time)
Constructed as a temple to glorify Napoleon and his army, Eglise de la Madeleine in Paris functions as a Roman Catholic church while arranging free concerts for the public. Construction began in 1764 but went through several setbacks. After the French Revolution, Napoleon re initiated construction, and the neo-Classical construct opened in 1842. The designers gathered inspiration from antique temples and encompassed the building with 52 Corinthian columns. Churchgoers celebrate mass daily, and free concerts occur twice a month on Sunday afternoons. The concerts incorporate baroque music, chamber music, symphony orchestras and organ recitals.
Eglise du Dome

Eglise du DomeNearby City

4.3/566 Reviews
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Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-PrésNearby City

4.3/580 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Chapelle Expiatoire

Chapelle ExpiatoireNearby City

4.2/522 Reviews
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Mosquee de Paris

Mosquee de ParisNearby City

4.3/547 Reviews
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Sun - Sat 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM (Local time) is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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