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Interior of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, France by T. E. Smith-Lamothe

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T. E. Smith-Lamothe T. E. Smith-Lamothe
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1
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$6.00 to $812.00
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0.05 Gigapixels
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2123
Date added
May 10, 2009
Date taken
Apr 20, 2009
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Canon G7

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This hand-held panorama faces the West Rose Window. Notre Dame was built on the site of a Roman Temple and took almost 170 years to build. That's about 8 and a half generations of perserverance, faith, and necessarily precise architectural planning. One of the bell towers is reachable by an endurance testing stairway and offers amazing views of the city from its roof-top gallery. Also, in front of the Cathedral is a brass plaque which marks "Kilometer Zero" from which all distances in France are traditionally measured. Standing on it and turning around three times is supposed to grant the person's wish. As there are identifiable faces in the photo, please be kind when making comments to accompany your snapshots.


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