Was on way to Opera Garnier and decided to take a detour and see this church. So glad we did. Very beautiful architecturally. Lovely place to just sit and contemplate.
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Very cool building, unfortunately didn't get to go inside but it's a stunning piece of architecture. I wouldn't go out of the way to see it but it's still quite insane how people back then could build something like this.
Huge imposing neoclassical church with good classical concert programme. We heard very good Puccini mass here by conservatoire from Grand Nancy. Not sure about the acoustics though as very big and hard for choir to project the sound clearly.
It's not a must see but it's really nice church. I would feel bad if I didn't see it. The sculptures and architecture are great. The whole scale of the thing (it's big, really big) makes a huge impact on the viewer. It's nearby other...More
This is an incredible Roman monument on the outside, but the inside is a beautiful catholic church. Not so crowdy, just a few blocks from the Place of la Concorde. Its worth visiting !
What a great place for a concert of classical music. Such a beautiful place. Be warned, however, in winter there is no heat at night in the place. Dress warm!
So many luxury shops, including luxury food shops, Maille, Fauchon, Laduree, Maxim and much more. Also jewellery and watch establishments, fashion and cafes and restaurants. Lovely fashionable area.
What seems to be an old (Greek?) temple, is now an impressive church. Well preserved, well located, near the Place de la Concorde, it is free to access and not crowdy.
This impressive building is a Neo-Classical style Catholic church reminiscent of a Greek of Roman temple. It is located on the square of the same name and, while originally it was built to celebrate the achievements of Napoleon's armies, it is a parish church dedicated...More