It was 8:30 in the morning when I arrived at Notre Dame de Paris. There were only two sounds from the heavy and distant bells. It seems that the clock tower of Notre Dame de Paris not only reported the time on time, but also reported the hour. Hugo's clock tower geek was once doing the work of ringing the bell. Nowadays, the sound of nature wafting from this bell tower is one of the most beautiful sounds in Europe.
The interior of Notre-Dame Cathedral is as luxurious and quaint as people expect, and the rose window of the tower that is worth a visit is the highlight. You can also enter the basement. There is a chance to enter the top of the tower. The narrow staircase has nearly 700 steps. It was built in the 12th century.