Above: The front of the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, with (L to R) the Portal of the Virgin, Portal of the Last Judgment, and Portal of St-Anne.
1 to 3 show views within he Parc des Buttes Chaumont, including the Temple Sybille from the lake shore.
4 and 5 are views of the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, including the sculpture of Saint Denis, a devout
3rd-century Christian martyr and saint. He was martyred for his faith by decapitation - a popular story claiming
that the decapitated bishop picked up his head and walked several miles while preaching a sermon on repentance.
6 to 8 show the monument in Place St. Michel, with the angel Michael defeating the devil in picture 8.
9 to 11 show the front of the Musée de Cluny, which features art works from the middle ages ... a statue
of Sainte Barbe from around 1480 in Brittany and walking through the Hôtel de Cluny which houses the museum.