The Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris is not only of inestimable cultural value, most of the people who have entered the magnificent building, also feel an emotional connection to the house of God, with its characteristic Silhouette. 180 years it took to build the Roman Catholic Church, and after the great fire on may 15. April is still not sure what all can be saved. The 130 meters long, 48 meters wide and 35 meters high, the Church ship was in flames. The wooden constructions such as the so-called crossing tower on the roof are lost, but how, for example, the window, the heat have survived, must only still show up. The Rosette with a diameter of twelve meters, is one of the largest in Europe. Also of great concern to the so-called Great organ. Notre-Dame is since 1979 a Unesco world heritage site.