Notre Dame is located 5 knots to the north-south of Atlantis.
You probably mean 'Notre Dame de Paris', the famous cathedral in the centre of Paris, France. Among other things, it's the setting for the well-known novel 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' by Victor Hugo.
Paris, France Due to the fact that it has delicious foods, it also has monuments like the the "Eiffel Tower" at 985 ft., "Arc de Triomphe", "Notre Dame" also well known from the Walt Disney classic "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", and the famous can-can dancing club the "Miloun Rouge." Also, it's popular because it's known as "The City of Love"
Henry II was asked to build a bridge here because the existing Pont Notre-Dame was overloaded, but the expense was too much at the time.
Gothic art emerged in France about 1140, and then spread to the rest of Europe the following century. Some famous buildings inspired by Gothic architecture are the Cologne Cathedral, Notre Dame de Paris and the Milan Cathedral.
February 18th is rich in history. Some events include the Hunchback of Notre Dame premiering in 1902, the Boston Red Sox traded Cy Young in 1909 and in 1927 the US and Canada began diplomatic relations.
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Notre-Dame de Paris, also known as Notre-Dame Cathedral or simply Notre-Dame. It is 96 m
Notre Dame de Paris.
Notre Dame is french for "Our Lady" Notre dame took 80 years to build. 14 million people visit Notre dame every year. De Sully had notre Dame buit because of the expanding population. Notre Dame is in paris.
the Notre Dame cathedral is named after Notre Dame i.e. Our Lady
The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
College Notre Dame was created in 1904.
The population of Nanteuil-Notre-Dame is 70.
No. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a work of fiction. While the Notre Dame cathedral is real, the events and people of the story are not. As such, the story does not indicate anything real about the nature of Notre Dame.
Notre Dame College - Dhaka - was created in 1949.
The university is "Ollscoil Notre Dame"
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