Saturday, December 08, 2007

Another Notre Dame


After the "big" Notre-Dame of yesterday, here is a much smaller one - called Notre-Dame de Grace de Passy (Passy is a quarter that used to be a little village up the hill before it was integrated into Paris in 1860). I never noticed it before although it's really cute and... old (the original parts - it's been renewed and enlarged since then) were built in 1667! Have a nice weekend.

9 comments:

  1. I never noticed this church when in the Passy area Eric.

    It is, however, the quartier of one of my favourite, and often missed by tourists, museums - the Marmottan

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  2. I guess you're right Michael, I don't know this area, unfortunetely. Guess most tourists miss it.

    Eric, thanks for these stunning pictures over the past days. Have a great weekend, you deserve it more and more!!!!

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  3. Hello Eric....long time since I've visted. Your photos are spectacular, as always!
    I see you've designed a lovely calendar and I just ordered two...one for me and one for my son. Best to you and a very Happy Holiday Season.
    Terri
    http://www.islandwriter.net

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  4. I don't have my map handy: is this in the area of le Musee Marmottan Monet? It's one of my favorite museums.

    My traveling buddy made a calendar for me last year with photos that he and I have taken in Paris. Now I'll check out the PDP calendar, since everyone is raving about it. I guarantee that it's a nice treat to see Paris memories on a daily basis hanging on my wall at work.

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  5. Ah, yes, Michael, I see, now that I checked your link.

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