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One of my best friends, Bob Leathers, recently went on a trip to Paris, France, and took some wonderful shots. This week’s are of the famous portals located on the western facade of the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, one of the most well-known buildings in the world.
The western face of the cathedral is quite renowned, and the three large entrances, or portals, are surrounded by countless intricately-carved statues and figures. There are 28 statues that are said to represent the Kings of Judah and of Israel, and above these figures are statues of Adam and Eve.
Paris is the most-visited city in the world, and Bob managed to capture some different aspects of the City of Lights, such as these photos; Despite being the best photographer I know, Bob is a dedicated and passionate music enthusiast – check out his other work at his music site, The Wandering Musicphile. Also, check out his photos from previous weeks, including windows around Paris, graffiti around Paris, doors around Paris, and more photos of the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral.