The lecture compares how architects, throughout history, conceived of the Notre-Dame cathedral: Beginning from its creation, and through its transformations until the 18th century, and the great conservation works in the 19th century by Lassus and Viollet-Le-Duc, down to the conservation works at the end of the 20th century. Is it still the same cathedral, and are today’s conservation efforts superior to those of the 19th century?



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