|Front of the cathedral – Western façade|
|View of the rose window - Southern façade|
On the east end of the cathedral, usually best seen from Square Jean XVIII, one can spot the magnificent flying buttresses.
|Flying Buttresses – Eastern façade|
The rose window on the south façade of the cathedral measures 12.90 meters in diameter and consists of 84 panes which are divided in 4 circles.
|Rose Window – Southern façade|
The Notre Dame website has some great information on the history of the cathedral as well as 360˚ panoramic views. Find out more here.