Notre Dame de Paris at night

After a long, romantic stroll along the Left Bank of the Seine late one evening in September 2007, Kathryn and I walked across Petit Pont to have a look at Notre Dame, the cathedral of Paris. Kathryn snapped a few photos, including this one.

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, France

Place du Parvis, the large square in front of Notre Dame, is usually bustling with activity during the day. It was eerily quiet when this photo was taken at almost 11 pm.

In the lower-left corner of the photo, you can see the entrance to the archeological crypt, which oddly enough I have never visited. Maybe next time I’m in Paris I’ll check it out.

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