Located at the end of Dong Khoi, the red brick silhouette of Notre Dame cathedral (1877-80) stands on Cong Xa Paris (Square of the Paris Commune). Its two slender spires endow the church with a graceful appearance, and provide a popular backdrop for photos of newly-weds. The interior is of minor interest, with the exception of a few stained-glass windows and the ex-votos in French and Vietnamese offered by worshippers in its chapels.
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