<noembed><nolayer><div style="position:absolute; left:0; top:-100; display:none;"> Ile de la Cit&#233;<br> Churches, Temples &#38; Mosques in Paris picture - The &#206;le de la Cit&#233; is formed by two meanders of the Seine. It was inhabited by the Parisi Gauls starting in the second century B.C. and was occupied by Jules Caesar&#146;s Romans in 52 B.C. It covers seven hectares at the crossroads of the Seine and the major Roman road called the cardo (today the corner of the Rue Saint Martin and the Rue Saint Jacques). In Roman times, this road crossed the river thanks to two wooden bridges on piles: the Grand Pont (today&#146;s Pont Notre-Dame) and the Petit Pont. </div></nolayer></noembed>
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