Location: Basilique Sacr�-Coeur from Musee d�Orsay, Paris, France (48� 51' 36? N, 2� 19' 37.2? E)
Date: 28 February 2006; 12.05pm
Camera: Canon 300D with kit kens

The Basilique Sacr�-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) is a Roman Catholic church and familiar landmark in Paris. Apart from its beauty and significance in Paris�s history, its location at the summit of the butte Montmartre, the highest point in Paris makes it a very visible landmark. As such it can be seen from many locations. This photo was taken from the 4th floor window of the Musee d�Orsay. The basilica appears to just tower over all the other buildings. However this may change with the Paris council approval of high-rise construction in the city.

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