Archaeological crypt

  • Paris, France
  • 7, Place Jean-Paul II, Paris, France | parvis Notre-Dame 
  • +33 +33 (0)1 55 42 50 10 
  • Archaeological crypt - a legendary basement of the Cathedral of Notre Dame, where an underground staircase. It is open to visitors and will present them to the image of the ancient capital of France due gathered here archaeological exhibits that tell the story French history since Roman times. The exhibition presents the map of Paris, Roman artifacts, models and parts of the ancient buildings. The ceiling of the basement is a plate, the length of 117 meters, which has been preserved from the XVIII century. Entrance to the crypt is 3 euros, children under 13 years are admitted free. Russian tourists will be offered a tour in Russian.
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