Cathédrale Notre-Dame (Notre-Dame Cathedral) is one of the most beautiful Cathedrals in France, due to its gothic architecture in addition to some detailed elements representing the renaissance era. The inside of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame (Notre-Dame Cathedral) matches its outside beauty and serenity.
Over the centuries Notre-Dame Cathedral tolerated destruction and impairment. After the French Revolution, it was protected from conceivable demolition by Napoleon. The notoriety of Victor Hugo's novel Notre-Dame de Paris (1831) motivated the restorations by the French engineer Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc during the nineteenth century. In 2019, a gigantic fire pulverized the greater part of the rooftop, and now the remaking of the 850-year-old church and the rebuilding of the tower to precisely how it was is happening.