Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre

This cathedral was built from 1575 to 1630. The North Portal is called the Hail Mary, due to the inscription above the Flamboyant rose window. Inside you can see the huge organs (1637), which were a present from Richelieu, the reason for the Cardinal's coat of arms at the top.

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Address : 

Rue de Paris, 76600 Le Havre

Nearby tourist attractions

Le Havre Natural History Museum
Le Havre Natural History Museum
In addition to ornithology and
1:00
Ship-owner's house Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
1:30
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
From Rue de Paris, which connects the
0:15
Espace Oscar-Niemeyer-Le Volcan
Espace Oscar-Niemeyer-Le Volcan
Also known as "Le Volcan Scène Nationale
0:15
Le Havre Signal Station
Le Havre Signal Station
The Semaphore accommodates radar, radio
Malraux Museum (MuMa)
Malraux Museum (MuMa)
Standing at the entrance to the port and
2:00
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Ship-owner's house Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
1:30
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
From Rue de Paris, which connects the
0:15
Espace Oscar-Niemeyer-Le Volcan
Espace Oscar-Niemeyer-Le Volcan
Also known as "Le Volcan Scène Nationale
0:15
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Le Havre Natural History Museum
Le Havre Natural History Museum
In addition to ornithology and
1:00
Ship-owner's house Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
1:30
Espace Oscar-Niemeyer-Le Volcan
Espace Oscar-Niemeyer-Le Volcan
Also known as "Le Volcan Scène Nationale
0:15
See all