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Think of Notre-Dame and you’ll probably be picturing Quasimodo. But the Notre-Dame cathedral is the factual setting for Victor Hugo’s work of fiction. And it’s French for Our Lady. Very much a product of its medieval times, work started on the Notre-Dame cathedral in 1163. This Gothic masterpiece wasn’t completed, however, until a couple of … Continued

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Montmartre is a hill that lends its name to the surrounding neighbourhood, a village within France’s capital. To avoid getting lost, look up and use the iconic Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur perched on top of the 130-metre-high slope to guide you. Younger than it looks, this Roman Catholic church only dates back to the early … Continued

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