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Église Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur - Québec, Canada
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Église Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur - Québec, Canada

Cette église est identique, du point de vue architectural, à la Chapelle de la Vierge, située à Issoudun en France.

http://visites-virtuelles.showaround.fr/france-360/visite-virtuelle-issoudun-chapelle-vierge.htm

Copyright: Vincent royer
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Uploaded: 15/12/2010
Updated: 27/06/2014
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