Cathedral of Notre-Dame
1863-80; belltowers added 1895
Although guidebooks often describe Notre-Dame as Romanesque or Roman, it is obviously a standard Gothic Revival church with rounded Romanesque-style windows instead of pointed ones.
The church only became a cathedral in 1962.
Photograph, caption, and commentary by George P. Landow
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