“I”s on the World: En Bateau
With the local Notre Dame of Mantes-la-Jolie in the background, Richard, ’67 ACES, MS ’71 ACES, and Barbara Jurgens, ’73 ACES, enjoy a Paris-to-Normandy cruise along the waters of the Seine.
The medieval Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Mantes was constructed between c. 1155 and 1350, and remains a key attraction for the small commune located just west of Paris. Our Lady of Mantes is associated with the Capetian dynasty, and despite its grandeur, was built as a church and not a cathedral.
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