The answer to our Sunday Teaser was showing the southern end of the Notre Dame de Paris, with a lot of gothic architecture to admire on this cathedral.
Sadly no one took a guess this week but better luck for next time!
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The solution to our Sunday Teaser was Square Jean XXIII, at the back of the Notre Dame Cathedral with the Fountain of the Virgin also seen in the garden.
No one caught onto it this week but better luck for next week!
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The answer to our Sunday Teaser – Found on the Notre Dame de Paris, this is a gargoyle – normally going unnoticed by visitors – created as both decoration and to serve a useful purpose.
Congrats to nataliescarberry for getting the correct answer another time!
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Sunday Teaser answer – The flying buttresses that are part of the gothic architecture the Notre dame de Paris.
Congratulations to nataliescarberry who once again got the correct answer!
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This section of the Notre-Dame de Paris if the Treasury, rebuilt in the 1800’s.
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This is a small pedestrian bridge leading over towards the Notre Dame Cathedral, named the Pont au Double.
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The answer to the Sunday Teaser: The Notre Dame Cathedral! The full image showing just some of the incredible details, with its gargoyles, gutters, and architecture.
Congratulations to Abi
for guessing it correct!
View of the back of the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral on the Ile de la Cite island.
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With three of the l’OpenTour buses touring around the city, providing fantastic views to many iconic landmarks such as the Notre Dame Cathedral in the background.
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Looking down the side of the Notre Dame Cathedral it shows the many Gargoyles to preserve the Gothic Architecture from water damage.
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