the Notre-Dame cathedral is used as a place of worship, as it was intended.
Notre Dame de Paris is a Cathedral. Victor Hugo use it as the setting of 'the hunchback of Notre-Dame'. It is France's (and probably Europe's) most visited monument, with more than 12 million people visiting each year.
== == 'The University of Notre Dame Du Lac is a catholic school. Most people just say University of Notre Dame, its full name is University of Notre Dame Du Lac it is translated to "Our Lady of the Lake." this is because of the 2 lakes Saint Mary and Saint Joseph wich are located on campus.its located in South Bend Indiana. * Notre Dame was founded in 1842. * Named after the founder, French priest Father Edward Sorin. * Notre Dame's graduation rate of 95% is exceeded by only Harvard and Princton. * Notre Dame graduates are accepted into medical school at a rate of about 75%.(almost twice the national average.) Tuition/fees-$33,407Room/Board-$8,730 Books/Supplies-$850Personal expenses-$900
The architectural type of Notre Dame de Paris is church. Its architectural style is French Gothic. It is also the first structure to use arched exterior supports.
Notre Dame Notre Dame Since there is no "official" national champion in FBS college football, the answer would depend upon the criteria you want to use. According to the schools themselves, Alabama claims 13 while Notre Dame claims 11. But each school uses different and subjective criteria to determine which seasons are "claimed" as championships. Most researchers would argue that Alabama's criteria is somewhat looser than ND's, and that if the same qualifications were applied to each school, ND would have at least 13 as well. If you count the total number of seasons where ANY recognized selector chose Alabama or Notre Dame as champion, then Notre Dame has 21 while Alabama has 17. If you only count seasons where the school finished #1 in either the AP or the UPI/Coaches poll, the two schools are tied with 8 titles each. If you only count BCS championships, Alabama leads 1-0.
That is a subject of some controversy. Depending on when you start counting, and what standard you use, Yale, Alabama, and Notre Dame can all make a case for the most championships.
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He and Gus Doras were the first two players in all of football history to use what we call "The forward pass." He also invented the blocking schemes we use today. He invented many other major things in football. Though he was best known for having the highest win percentage ever in football history with 88% at Notre Dame.
From on the inside you can just use the stairs, but on the out side, the only one that can do that is Quasimodo from the Disney movie:)
Construction for Notre Dame started in 1163. it was opened in 1345. Notre-Dame de Paris was among the first buildings in the world to use the flying buttress (arched exterior supports). The building was not originally designed to include the flying buttresses around the choir and nave but after the construction began, the thinner walls (popularized in the Gothic style) grew ever higher and stress fractures began to occur as the walls pushed outward.
Curly Lambeau attended Notre Dame and chose Notre Dame's colors, navy blue and gold, as the colors for the team. Later, Vince Lombardi changed the colors to green and gold, keeping the navy blue as a secondary color until it slowly faded from use.