I read about this church, so we thought we would check it out. As usual, we got lost. So when we turned a corner and it appeared before us, we stopped dead in our tracks. This church is truly beautiful. Maybe not on the same scale as Notre Dame but not without its own charm. Once inside, you are struck by the usual feeling you get when you walk into these lovely old churches. Tranquility and serenity that belies the history of events that happened here. Louis XIV had his first communion here. Mozart attended the funeral mass of his mother here and apparently Voltaire is buried here. Don't miss the free Sunday organ performance. The organ is France's largest.
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