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Strasbourg Cathedral
Strasbourg Cathedral's west façade, viewed from Rue Mercière
Record height
Tallest in the world from 1647 to 1874[I]
Preceded byMarienkirche im Stralsund
Surpassed bySankt-Nikolai-Kirche
General information
LocationStrasbourg, France
Coordinates48°34′54″N 7°45′03″E / 48.58167°N 7.75083°E / 48.58167; 7.75083Coordinates: 48°34′54″N 7°45′03″E / 48.58167°N 7.75083°E / 48.58167; 7.75083
Construction started1015
Antenna spire142 m (466 ft)
Technical details
Floor countn/a
West façade of the cathedral, viewed from Rue Mercière

Strasbourg Cathedral (official French: Notre-Dame de Strasbourg,German: Liebfrauenmünster zu Straßburg, Our Lady of Strasbourg) is the Cathedral in Strasbourg. The cathedral was built in Gothic style. The belltower is 142 m high. It was the highest building in the world from 1647 to 1874. It is currently the second-highest cathedral in France, after Rouen Cathedral, which is 9m higher, at 151m. In 1880, Cologne Cathedral was finished (157m), and later Ulm minster (at 161m), the highest Cathedral in the World.  view more...

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