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  • Bonnie Hermann

    Located on the front of Notre Dame, Paris, this is the point from which all distances are measured in France.

  • ◈ Mary-Jane Hamula ◈

    POINT ZERO DES ROUTES DE FRANCE (Point Zero of the roads of France). Is considered the exact center of the city and the point from which all distances from outside the city are measured. You’ll find this in the Place du Parvis, the large square directly in front of Notre Dame Cathedral. Situé sur le parvis de la cathédrale Notre Dame le point zéro des routes de France sert de référence pour le calcul des distances avec les autres villes.

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