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Paris Saint Michel Bridge and Notre Dame Cathedral

Paris Saint Michel Bridge and Notre Dame Cathedral
Paris Saint Michel Bridge and Notre Dame Cathedral
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Description of the photograph

The Saint-Michel bridge and the Notre-Dame cathedral (arrow under construction). Paris (IVth and 5th arrows), 1859-1860.

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Author / Copyright

ROGER VIOLLET - Oswald Perrelle


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Your photograph is printed on a high quality satin photo paper in 250g thickness. Thanks to our high-performance printing systems and a sharpness of up to 1440 dpi, we guarantee you a product worthy of the greatest art galleries. If, despite our expertise and precautions, you notice something wrong with your product, we will send you a new photograph at our expense.


Keywords used by ROGER VIOLLET to describe this photograph:

landscape; Seine river; our lady of Paris cathedral; Saint-Michel Bridge; bridge; urban; city; river landscape; river Seine; Notre-Dame cathedral; Saint-Michel Bridge; urban; city