Cathedrale Notre-Dame, Le Havre

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One of Le Havre's oldest buildings, Cathedrale Notre-Dame stands among a few lucky structures to have survived the destruction of World War II, although it did sustain heavy damage. Originally built in the 16th century, the church underwent multiple rounds of remodeling and reconstruction in the following centuries. When you visit the centrally located cathedral, it's hard to miss the building's unusually low profile, which stems from its construction on marshy ground. The cathedral features a mix of architectural styles, including an ornate Baroque exterior facade combined with a late medieval-era bell tower. Be sure to enter the building to explore its vaulted halls and naves, a collection of crucifixes, and the remains of an organ from the 1600s. To find out how to plan a trip to Le Havre, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • the barock cathedral of Le Havre is in reconstruction and therefore packed behind curtains for a big part. but anyway it is not too much of a beauty.  more »
  • Rebuilt after severe war damage and currently undergoing more work which has covered the building in scaffolding. Bit of a search for an open door and the inside was rather gloomy, although to be...  more »
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