The Notre-Dame cathedral of Guadeloupe is a catholic cathedral located in Basse-Terre, in Guadeloupe. It is the seat of the diocese of Basse-Terre and Pointe-a-Pitre since its creation in 1850
Built in 1736, this cathedral has a harmonious facade in Baroque “Jesuit” style, because the model was spread by the Society of Jesus from the seventeenth century. The facade of volcanic stone, is decorated with statues of St. Peter, St. Paul and the Virgin Marie.
At the back of the cathedral is its separate bell tower.