Madeleine - Places and Buildings

Places and Buildings

  • Cathedral of the Madeleine, a Roman Catholic church in Salt Lake City
  • Église de la Madeleine, one of the great churches of Paris
  • La Madeleine, various communes in France
  • Madeleine (Paris Metro), a metro station in Paris near the Église de la Madeleine
  • Madeleine (river), a river in eastern France
  • Madeline, California, unincorporated community in Lassen County

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