Hello, at first here are some explanations about the cathedral which we are going to visit.
The cathedral Notre-Dame of Strasbourg is a Roman catholic cathedral built in Strasbourg, representative of the Gothic architecture. The construction began in 1176 and ended in 1439.
We are going to begin around of the cathedral, on your left there is a spiral staircase which leads to the platform.
To the right we can see the arrow of the north tower which peaks in 142,11 meters above ground level.
Now, we are going inside this church.
We are going to cross the main portal which is in front of you.
Now it is necessary to walk until the majestic, the hotel, and in front of you, you can see colored stained-glass windows!
Over us is the second floor which is occupied by the big rosette, which is purely decorative!
At the level of the transept: to the right there is a famous astronomical clock and to the left there is a remarkable column of the Angels.
We are going to turn right to admire the big organ of the cathedral, we can see it near to the Gospel is the most famous of his century. He is situated in the nave, hung on an internal wall.
Over bows, which gather pillars, the architect placed a remarkable gallery, called Triforium.
Now that the visit is over, I invite you to turn back, and to go out of the cathedral by the nave.
Voilà ! J'espère t'avoir aidé(e) ! :)