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Saint Paul Saint Louis parish. French Baroque church built between 1627 and 1641. Church of the Jesuits in Paris until 1762 then Génovéfains chapel and royal parish since 1802. Paintings of Delacroix, Jacques de Létin , Simon Vouet . Germain Pilon...more
Because there is so much to see and do in Paris, jewels like this church are often overlooked. It sits on the Rue St Antoine, which was the main road of Paris in the 15-1600's. The road was easily the widest in Paris, and the...More
So I headed to a church I hadn't been to in Paris - St. Paul St. Louis, 7 passage Saint-Paul / 99 rue Saint-Antoine 75004. The plan of the church is inspired by the Church of the Gesù in Rome, built by Giacomo Barozzi da...More
A beautiful church on a very busy "rue" just on the edge of le Marais and Place Bastille. I was, along with a few hundred others, here to hear a Vivaldi Concert. I had attended one at Sainte Chapelle a few years ago and it...More
It's worth stopping into this soaring church especially if you need to sit a moment and rest from your walking around the Marais. I was lucky enough to stumble in while a group of musicians was rehearsing. There is also a Passage St-Paul that will...More
we found that church by chance, going to Place du Vosges; after we visited two Gothic masterpieces, Saint Chapelle and Notre Dame, we found that Baroque church, fully decorated, a really hidden gem in Marais quarter
as i found, it's the first Baroque church which...More
Église Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis is a nice church situated along Rue Saint Antoine in the Marais Quarter. Designed by Jesuit architects Étienne Martellange and François Derand (1627-41), this is a good attraction to visit if you like seeing historic churches. Opening hours 8am to 8pm daily.
We stumbled across the church as we were wandering around Marais and it was a wonderful surprise. The church was beautiful but what made it really special was the fact that they were renovating the interior and we got a glimpse into how they handle...More