Notre Dame Remembered

Last Summer I saw Notre Dame Cathedral. Yesterday I cried along with the rest of the world as we watched it burn. I comforted myself with the photos I had taken and posted some on Facebook. Today I will share them with you on WordPress.

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Notre Dame at Sunset June 17, 2018

A Sign of Hope

The Bell Towers Survive

Nave of Notre Dame

The Nave

The ceiling

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23 thoughts on “Notre Dame Remembered

    • Thanks.There is always something we don do when we travel. I didn’t go up the Eiffel Tower stupidly. Like I told Jackie My sunset walk around outside was more meaningful. I felt the peace of Our Mother much more there.

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  1. I cried also. I have seen Notre Dame twice on two trips, but never went inside.
    We are going to Paris in two weeks and going inside was on my bucket list….

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    • Oh the line to get in was long and standing in the sun almost made me give up. So sorry you’re missing inside. Truth be told, there were so many of us tourists it was hard to appreciate the interior. My favorite time was sunset outside the day before.

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  2. Thank you for sharing these. I was there only once, in 1985, before digital cameras, and I have no idea if my photos, probably slides have survived from that era. I understand some of the art, the alter, and other things were spared, or saved. No one was killed. We have much to be grateful for. But still…it is heartbreaking. And now some idiot was in St Patrick’s in NYC with gasoline….the world has truly gone stupid.

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