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☆ Église Saint-Eustache ☆


☆ Église Saint-Eustache ☆

Built over a century, this church features Gothic and Renaissance influences combined with an 18thcentury classical façade, along with traces of a questionable restoration after 1840..

☆ Église Saint-Eustache ☆

Nevertheless, Saint-Eustache is truly beautiful and houses treasures like a Rubens painting and a statue of Pigalle..

And it has an impressive celebrity line-up, including the baptism of Richelieu, Molière and Mme de Pompadour, Louis XIV’s first communion, the mariage of Lulli, the funeral of La Fontaine and Mirabeau as well as Colbert, Marivaux and Rameau, who found their final resting places here. It was even a “Temple of Agriculture” between 1797 and 1803!!

☆ Église Saint-Eustache ☆

☆ Église Saint-Eustache ☆

☆ Église Saint-Eustache ☆

Place du Jour (1st).
M° Châtelet-les-Halles.
Tel: 01 42 36 31 05.
Daily: 9.30am-7.30pm.
5 Comentários leave one →
  1. 17/03/2009 18:05

    Martinha, thank you for such beautiful photos of my favorite church in Paris! The windows here are so vivid, so achingly tall…And after the dark, narrow little staircase up, the church itself is an open, glittering surprise.

  2. 17/03/2009 19:56

    Great blog! Simply a pleasure to read and look at!

  3. 17/03/2009 20:33

    thanks too visiting mine! =)

    have a good day & nice week too! hope oneday i’ll be in paris also!

  4. Nane permalink
    17/03/2009 21:10

    Se o meu blog é legal, o seu é maravilhosooo!!! Parabéns e obrigada pela visita. Mil beijos!!!

  5. 18/03/2009 6:30

    thanks for visit. nice blog and nice place

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