Beautiful Cathedrals in France

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Notre Dame de Paris - Most visited monuments in Europe before the terrible fire of 2019, Notre Dame in Paris remains a masterpiece of Gothic architecture.

Our Lady of Strasbourg - In the heart of the large island of Strasbourg, this cathedral is spectacular for its bell tower and its pink color.


Notre-Dame of Reims - Built between the 13th and 16th centuries, the Reims Cathedral is famous for having been the place of the coronation of the kings of France.

Notre-Dame of Amiens - More recent than those of Paris or Chartres, the Notre-Dame d'Amiens is the largest in France with its 200,000 cubic meters. 

France the City of Cathedrals - Marked for centuries by the Catholic religion, France has a multitude of cathedrals across the four corners of its territory. 

Saint-Pierre (Beauvais) - The Saint-Pierre cathedral is splendid despite its unfinished character, with a Gothic choir of almost 50 meters highest in the world.

La Majeure (Marseille) - is the only cathedral in France entirely built in the 19th century located near the Old Port, it is remarkable for its Byzantine style.

Our Lady of the Annunciation - the Romanesque cathedral of Puy-en-Velay, in the south-east of Auvergne, is unique for its position on its rock.

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