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The cathedral of Notre-Dame in Bayeux is an impressive building, a mix of Romanesque in the 11th century crypt and glorious Gothic in the 13th-century nave. In the 11th century after the Conquest of England by Duke William of Normandy in 1066, ties...more
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This is a staple and must see when you come to Paris. The stain glass windows, the architecture, and the history is second to none. Climb the stairs for an extra price to see an amazing view of Paris. Did you see the bored gargoyle...More
Visiting Bayeux was an absolute delight. We were able to freely walk through the Cathedrale Notre-Dame early in the morning. A beautiful structure inside and out. The outside of the cathedral was very picturesque throughout the day with the changing light. Many captures of the...More
Walk the center isle that William the Conqueror walked. So much history! The church is beautiful but is undergoing a great deal of construction/repair. Can't wait to see it when completed and attend Mass.
What a peaceful wonderful visit. The cathedral sits majestically in the centre of town, and has a beautiful exterior. Inside it is as impressive and very well maintained. Do yourself a favour and take the time to do a short visit, it really is lovely.
Someone told us the Notre Dame Cathedral in Bayeux was as large as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. OK, we thought, we'll give it a whirl. We were blown away. I hope God doesn't strike me down for saying this, or that we get...More
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They are unlikely to close the Cathedral entirely. It is a working church. There may be some scaffolding in places but you should still be able to get in and to wander around. It is a most beautiful place and you won't... More
They are unlikely to close the Cathedral entirely. It is a working church. There may be some scaffolding in places but you should still be able to get in and to wander around. It is a most beautiful place and you won't be disappointed. If part of the Cathedral is being cleaned or renovated and you can't see it then that is a perfect reason to plan a return. My bride and I always try to have something saved for "next time." That ensures that we return. Enjoy your trip!!!