The Notre-Dame Basilica in Nice is a basilica situated on Avenue Jean-Médecin in the downtown area. It was worked in the vicinity of 1864 and 1868 as indicated by the arrangements of the French engineer Louis Lenormand. This is the biggest church in Nice. In neogothic style, it is motivated by the house of prayer of Angers. The basilica has two square towers a quarter century high , surmounting on each side a substantial rosette speaking to scenes from the secret of the Assumption. Its development was a piece of a will of the experts to francise the city after the extension of the province of Nice to France. The Gothic structures should be normal for a French style.