While it looks vaguely familiar, and you know where the design cues came from, this is not France. It's Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Like most things, photos do not do it justice. It's a massive structure, almost exactly the same size as Westminster Abbey in London. But it's almost unknown outside this city. It's well off the beaten path, nowhere near downtown, and on a quieter street in the South Boston section of town. If you want to see it, it requires a special trip.