During the 800th anniversary of the cathedral in 1963, the Treasury enjoyed a new museum, respecting the framework and the desired furniture in the nineteenth century by its directors, particularly Eugène-Emmanuel VIOLLET-LE-DUC.
On the occasion of the 850 th anniversary of the cathedral in 2013, it is in this respect and the scientific basis of the recent campaign of general inventory of art of the cathedral, a new museography, anchored in the 21st century, wants to restore clarity to the (...)
The old bells of Notre Dame, installed in 1856 and replaced in 2013, were placed in the apse of the cathedral, in the street Rue du Cloitre, today. They were made by the foundry Guillaume and Besson in Angers.
The nine new bells are now in place in the North and South towers, in addition to the bourdon Emmanuel. The bourdon Mary is placed in the North tower, and Gabriel, Anne-Geneviève Denis Marcel, Stephen, Benedict Joseph, Maurice and Jean-Marie in the South tower.
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Tuesday 29th of April at 8.30 PM
Notre-Dame de Paris has regularly welcomed thousands of visitors from the world over for Night Shows. These shows are operas composed of sounds and images and are projected on a transparent tulle screen measuring over 100 square meters hanging in the nave. These Night Shows are free of charge.