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'''Île de la Cité''' is one of two remaining natural islands in the [[Seine]] within the city of [[Paris]]. During the 18th century, it was one Paris' seven major districts, consisting of the [[Palais de Justice]], Cité and Île Saint-Louis subdistricts. One major landmark was [[Notre-Dame|Notre-Dame Cathedral]], an immense Gothic-style church that took over one hundred years to complete.
 
'''Île de la Cité''' is one of two remaining natural islands in the [[Seine]] within the city of [[Paris]]. During the 18th century, it was one Paris' seven major districts, consisting of the [[Palais de Justice]], Cité and Île Saint-Louis subdistricts. One major landmark was [[Notre-Dame|Notre-Dame Cathedral]], an immense Gothic-style church that took over one hundred years to complete.
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==History==
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In 1314 the [[Grand Master of the Templar Order]] [[Jacques de Molay]] was burned at stake on the island near the bank of the [[Seine]].
   
 
==Landmarks==
 
==Landmarks==

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Ile de la Cite

Île de la Cité is one of two remaining natural islands in the Seine within the city of Paris. During the 18th century, it was one Paris' seven major districts, consisting of the Palais de Justice, Cité and Île Saint-Louis subdistricts. One major landmark was Notre-Dame Cathedral, an immense Gothic-style church that took over one hundred years to complete.

History

In 1314 the Grand Master of the Templar Order Jacques de Molay was burned at stake on the island near the bank of the Seine.

Landmarks

Cité

  • Notre-Dame

Palais de Justice

Île Saint Louis

Reference

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