A spot of sunlight projected from a hole in one of the church windows fell on this plaque in église Saint-Sulpice
on summer solstice. The meridional line, otherwise known as Paris’ “Rose Line”, embedded in the marble floor, is made out of brass and is an eighth of an inch wide. It leads from this point to the astronomical gnomon obelisk.
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