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I stumbled upon this church while walking up the hill in Montmartre trying to find the entrance to Sacra Coeur. This historic church is worth a brief visit and I found that it lends itself to good photos, depending upon the time of day and...More
This church is basically 600 years older than our country. It is a fabulous place to visit. Holy. Sacred. Peaceful. There are candle stations with statues of the saints along the way around the perimeter inside the church. This, for me, was much more deeply...More
Nestled in below the imposing Sacre Coeur and across from the bustling Place de Tertre, this quiet but inspiring little church is often missed by tourists . Dating from the mid-12th century, it is one of the oldest churches in Paris; it boasts some original...More
We were headed towards the grand Basilica and stopped and asked a nice gentleman who appeared to be a groundskeeper for St Pierre, for the best direction to the Basilica. He politely showed us the way and told us if we could stop in St...More
This beautiful old church is well worth a visit if you can make it. Apparently it was damaged during the Revolution and rebuilt, but many portions still seem to be medieval: the overall shape, a reused Roman column, a particular capital, and I think a...More
This is a small church, that is dwarfed by the nearby Sacré-Cœur basilica.
The church is only worth a visit before visiting the Sacré-Cœur, because after the visit of the basilica, the church would lose the little charm it has.
Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy
features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.