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|Near Notre Dame Cathedral. During the 16th century, king François I built the Town Hall in a Renaissance style.||09/14/2005||424|
|The "zero point" for all surveys in France in front of Notre Dame cathedral. We also provide concentric circles and arcs to show distances from the Zero to all parts of continental France, and a great circle route to its antipode.||03/09/2006||657|
|Notre Dame de Lorette is the name of a ridge, basilica, and cemetery northwest of Arras at the village of Ablain-Saint-Nazaire. The high point of the hump-backed ridge stands 165 metres high and - with Vimy Ridge - utterly dominates the otherwise flat Douai plain and the town of Arras.|
The ground was strategically important during the First World War and was bitterly contested in...
|Locations for all of Perths Universities - Edith Cowan, Notre Dame, Murdoch, University of Western Australia, Curtin University.||08/07/2005||459|
|This Neo-Byzantine church is located atop the signal hill of La Garde, the highest natural point in Marseille.||09/03/2005||614|
|POIs in Paris to spend a weekend - including photos, contact information, and transport connections. Includes Notre Dame, Sainte-Chapelle, Musée Grévin, Luvre, Eiffel Tower, and more.||11/19/2008||943|
|This rectangular building is a museum dedicated to Saint François. The museum is held by franciscans. It is part of the notre-dame church and the franciscan monastery. ||11/30/2005||241|
|Some 3D models of monuments in Paris, France|
It includes 3D models of the Arc de Triomphe, Arc de la Defense, Obelisque, Pyramide du Louvre, Notre-Dame and the tour Montparnasse.
|Gilles Villeneuve GP race track on Notre-Dame island - Montreal - Canada||09/04/2005||1,398|
|This is a Romanesque-Gothic 12th century cathedral with many ancient artefacts inside. The gardens of the cathedral are very pleasant and contain orange trees. Archaeology done on the cathedral site has proved that there was a Roman temple and then an Arab mosque here before the cathedral was built. |
|Viking Dublin's cathedral was built about 1038, gaining its present shape from 1172 in the new cathedral of Archbishop Laurence O'Toole and the Norman knight Richard de Clare. There have been major restorations of the cathedral in 1358, 1562, 1829-31, 1871-8 when Henry Roe gave £230,000 (£23m today!) to save it, and from 1980-2.A donation is requested of visitors visiting the cathedral, often t...||01/25/2006||455|
|In 1859 a wooden cathedral was built and then replaced in 1882 by the five cupola cathedral on that site today. In 1895 a bell tower was constructed but consequently destroyed by the soviets in 1930 at the same time the cathedral was closed. In 1992 the cathedral resumed operations and began restoration projects including the rebuilding of the bell tower.|