Here we look at Notre Dame, outside and in. Then a trip to the Concergerie, where royals were imprisoned and beheaded during the Revolution. On to the lovely little church of Saint Chappell, which was built to house the crown of thorns and is famous for its exquisite stained glass windows. Then the almost daily walk along the Seine. Not shown was a fascinating archeological site of Roman ruins under the plaza of Notre Dame.
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