Notre Dame cathedral is made of stones (a variety of limestones) from local sites.
the Notre Dame was made of parts of your mother and father and your sister all ground up into little bits
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The stones used in the construction of Notre-Dame de Paris are limestones of various types, from the local area. (link)
Joe Montana played with the Notre Dame Freshman team in 1974 and made varsity in 1975.
It's a church. It was built for the worship of God.
William Studwell was a professor that wrote the Notre Dame fight song. The fight song is band's most played and most popular song. The Notre Dame song was best fight song ever made.
Notre Dame is a cathedral, that is a large church for Christians to worship. It was built because the existing church at the time was too small, and not beautiful enough for Paris.
The mascot of the University of Notre Dame is, in form, a leprechaun. The teams of the school are often known as Notre Dame's Fighting Irish. Previous to 1965 when the leprechaun was made official mascot, a number of terriers often known as "Clashmore Mike" represented the school.
The cathredal is constructed of stone, primarily and of course wood where necessary.