Construction of last three spans of the nave, aisles and stands

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The second period of construction of the Notre-Dame de Paris was dedicated to last three spans of the nave, aisles and stands, shown on the left on the floorplan immediately below and indicated on the middle on the image that follows (look for "The Nef", or The Nave).

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Scheme of the Notre Dame architecture. Source unknown.
Infographic showing the structure of the Notre Dame. Source indicated on the image: Gallimard.
The Notre Dame seen from the river Seine. Public domain image, made available by Europeana Collectio...

Image source. Europeana Collections.

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Published in 22/04/2019

Updated in 19/02/2021

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Invalid DateMajor restorationMajor restoration
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Invalid DateConsecration of the master altarConsecration of the master altar
Invalid DateRestoration of the great organRestoration of the great organ
Invalid DateConstruction of the South RoseConstruction of the South Rose
Invalid DateConstruction of the North RoseConstruction of the North Rose
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Invalid DateConstruction of the first spireConstruction of the first spire
Invalid DateThe first spire was dismantled
Invalid DateThe spire collapsed under the fire