What is the cathedral called that stands on the island in seine?
The Cathedral in question is Notre Dame Cathedral.
What is the name of the 800 year old cathedral that stands on the ile de la cite - a small island on the river seine?
The Cathedral in question is the Notre Dame Cathedral. Read More
It is a gorgeous cathedral in the center of both Paris, and France. It is situated on the island called "Ile de la Cite" (Island of the city) which is in the river called "La Seine" in the center of Paris, France. Read More
The question is referring the Notre Dame Cathedral. Read More
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The city of Paris is divided down the middle by a river known as The Seine. At the very center of Paris is an island in that river known as the Ile de la Cite. At the very center of that island stands the beautiful cathedral known as Notre Dame. Read More
La Seine runs through Paris. The oldest part of Paris where the cathedral is located in an island in the the river. Read More
it is located on an island on the Seine river in the heart of Paris, the 'ile de la Cité' Read More
What is the name of the island that sits in the middle of the seine river in Paris and is the home of the Notredame Cathedral?
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What is the name of the island that sits in the middle of the Seine river and is the home of the Notre Dame Cathedral?
Notre Dame Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris) sits on the Eastern half of L'île de la Cité. (City Island) Read More
What is the name of the island that sits in the middle of the Seine River in Paris and is the home of the Notre Dame Cathedral?
Ile de la Cite Read More
In the Seine River in Paris France, where stands a copy of the Statue of Liberty Read More
Paris. Unfortunately Quasimodo had a very deformed back and not a very handsome face. He hid in the upper parts of that wonderful cathedral called Notre Dame, which means "Our Lady", and which stands upon an island in the Seine River in Paris. He was also fairly deaf because he would retreat to privacy and safety amongst the cathedral's bells. Read More
the cathedral by the Seine river on the 'ile de la Cité' is Notre-Dame de Paris Read More
La Sainte Chapelle isn't on any bank of the Seine river. It stands on the middle, on the "ile de la CitÃ©", one of the two islands in the middle of the Seine river, where are also located the cathedral Notre-Dame and the flower market. Read More
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l'Ã®le de la citÃ© - there are the Notre-Dame cathedral, the Sainte-Chapelle and the flower parket there. Read More
The Seine river runs through Paris, so you can see lots of monuments including Notre-Dame Cathedral. Read More
The Seine river. la SEINE Read More
What is the name of the island that sits in the middle of the seine river in Paris and is home of the notre dame cathedral?
well I got this in a geography thing that was optional and it's Ile de la cite or isle of the city Read More
The river Seine is 485 miles long from Dijon, France to the English Channel. The Notre Dame Cathedral and Musee de Louvre are a few of the buildings next to the Seine. Read More
The river seine is in Paris, so the answer to your question is France. Read More
You probably mean the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris as "Notre Dame" is a very popular church patronage title which translated means "Our Lady". The most famous Notre Dame Cathedral is that of Paris, France. It is built on the eastern portion of the Île de la Cité, an island in the middle of the Seine River which runs through Paris. Read More
Notre Dame de Paris is the famous cathedral that is located on Ile de la Cité, which is the small island in the middle of the River Seine ,it is a huge ,magnificent building with stain glass windows. It was built during the 13th century. At the time, Saint Louis, the king of France, was ruling. Read More
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the "quartier latin" is located on the left bank of the Seine river, close to Notre Dame Cathedral. It is the district surrounding the boulevard Saint-Michel, from the banks of the Seine and up to the Sorbonne. Read More
The island in English is called Ile de la cite, which is its French name without the accent marks. The term literally means "city island". Read More
The name "Seine" comes from the Gallic Sicauna, or sacred river, which was Latinized as Sequana. Read More
the Seine river is next to the Eiffel tower. Read More
the north bank of the river Seine is called 'la rive droite' (the right bank) Read More
The island that comes to mind first is named 'Ile de la cité'. This is the centre of Paris and Notre-Dame stands on it. But there are two others; the Ile Saint-Louis close by, and the Ile des Cygnes to the west, near the Eiffel Tower. Read More
No, but there are islands in the river Seine that runs through Paris. Read More
The Eiffel Tower (la tour Eiffel), Notre Dame Cathedral, the Catacombs, the river Seine, the Louvre Museum, the Moulin Rouge, Versailles... Read More
Yes. Ile de la cite sits in the center of the Seine River in Paris. Read More
The part of Paris North of the Seine is called "la rive droite" Read More
the boats used for tourists in Paris on the river Seine are called 'des bateaux-mouches' Read More
The Eiffel Tower stands between the river Seine and the Parc du Champs de Mars. Read More
These boats on the Seine river are called "bateau-mouche", pl. "des bateaux-mouches" Read More
It is an Island in the Seine, where people from Paris liked to spend leisure time. Read More
'le quartier latin' is a district on the south bank of the river Seine, just across the river from Notre-Dame cathedral. It is called that (this is just a nickname actually, not something official) because it used to be (and still is) the Sorbonne university whereabouts, so there were lots of Latin-speaking scholars in the vicinity. Read More
From the Louvre Pyramid to Notre Dame cathedral, the walking distance is 1.7 km - about 20 to 25 minutes walking mostly on the banks of the Seine river. Read More
the river Seine does not run through Dijon. There are only two very small rivers called Ouche and Suzon. Read More
it is called Seine! Read More
the river near the Eiffel tower is called the Seine. Read More