The Cathedral of Notre Dame in Lausanne was built between 1170 and 1240 in the gothic style, with the western portal completed later in the flamboyant style. It belongs to the Swiss Reformed Church.
The medieval architect Villard de Honnecourt drew the rose window of the south transept in his sketchbook of 1270.
Restoration was carried out in 1874 by Viollet Le Duc.
The Cathedral, from Le Flon
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