The church is big, but to me it was really nothing special. I was more impressed by the grand fountailn that's standing in front of it.
The façade of this church is sublime, soaring above la Place Saint-Sulpice and overlooking its beautiful fountain. We attended a wonderfully reverent Mass here with a very friendly celebrant and parishioners. The music from the organ is heavenly. We returned near sunset, and the sun glistening on the façade in early evening was just beautiful. The interior of the church... More
We were walking in Saint Germain des Pres when I thought of going to Saint Sulpice and show the beautiful church and fountain to my friend. I passed in front of the church many times and rarely entered so, this time, we decided to have a good look inside. When we entered I was surprised by how big and long... More
Went back here a couple of times to soak in the beauty. As you enter there are two huge and dramatic Delacroix paintings that are breathtaking. I found such peace here I found myself just sitting and enjoying
This huge church in the Saint-Germain neighborhood is worth a visit if you like religious buildings or want to see a church besides Notre-Dame. The organ at the rear of the church is huge and fabulous, and the rest of the interior is appropriately grand. This isn't the most richly ornamented church, but it is bright and pretty inside.
Very beautifull church, plus I loved the fountain just in front. We went inside the church but it was so peacefull and we felt we were disturbing people praying so we got out. But it's beautifull.
Stopped at this very significant cathedral (second to Notre Dame) as part of the Blue Bike Tour - Hidden Paris and was pleasantly surprised by the information provided by our local guide on the structure that has never quite been completed and only partially restored due to funding. Of particular interest is the brass meridian line on the internal floor... More
I walked by this while wandering in st. Germaine last month. Compared to the numerous churches with people clawing at each other for a photo, this is unreal. I was in here midday with a handful of others. It is worth stopping by. And there is no line!
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