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Au 19ème siècle, la cathédrale Notre-Dame fut érigée par le prêtre Benoit Haffreingue après avoir reçu un appel de Dieu à reconstruire la basilique en ruine. Pendant les guerres napoléoniennes, Napoléon a amassé La Grande Armée à Boulogne pour envahir le Royaume-Uni en 1805. Toutefois, ses plans ont été interrompus par d'autres questions européennes et la suprématie de la Royal Navy.
Ici, vous pouvez voir à la fois le château qui est devenu un musée et la cathédrale Notre-Dame.

In the 19th century the Cathedral of Notre Dame was reconstructed by the priest Benoit Haffreingue after he received a call from God to reconstruct the town's ruined basilica. During the Napoleonic Wars, Napoleon amassed La Grande Armée in Boulogne to invade the United Kingdom in 1805. However, his plans were halted by other European matters and the supremacy of the Royal Navy.(Wikipedia)
Here you can see both the castle which is a museum and the cathedral.


Model: NIKON D200
Date taken: samedi 12 janvier 2008 15:37:33
Exposure time [s]: 1/100
Exposure program: Normal
Exposure mode: Auto
F-Number: F5,6
Focal length [mm]: 12
35mm focal length [mm]: 18
ISO value: 100
Flash: Not fired
Metering mode: Spot
White balance: Auto
Saturation: High
Sharpness: Hard

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