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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Answer to the Sunday Teaser – A selection of the Gallery of Kings statues found on the western facade of Notre Dame Cathedral. Sadly no one guessed it this week
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South façade of the Notre Dame Cathedral, taken from the square that runs alongside the gothic building.
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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!
A view from beneath the Pont de la Tournelle, looking over the River Seine with the Notre Dame Cathedral in the sky-line.
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With roads which pass around and alongside the Notre Dame Cathedral you see some different views of the church while on the Ile de la Cite island.
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Here you can see one of the detailed Gargoyles found on the Notre Dame de Paris and if you look closely you’ll notice a chute which leads to it, for water to be distributed away from the details of the structure.
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Looking towards the Notre Dame Cathedral you can see one of the Bateaux Mouches cruise boats travelling by, providing a unique view for its customers.
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Some details on the Notre Dame de Paris are sadly missed or overlooked by tourists and visitors, such as these detailed sculptures and statues found above an entrance to the cathedral.
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