Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral
Notre-Dame de Paris is a Catholic Cathedral placed in the center of Paris on the Île de la Cité island on the River Seine. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and its design highlights the fascination of the French Gothic architecture which captures the attention of tourists who come from all over the world to visit the cathedral. Its construction was completed in the year 1260 AD. It has a dome of 33 meters high and one of the largest church bells in the world. It was damaged during the French Revolution but was later restored; it has also witnessed some events like the coronation of Napoleon I and funerals of several Presidents. Notre Dame is considered as one of the most visited attractions since it brings around 12 million people annually.