Rising up like an ancient Roman temple, this church commissioned by Napoleon is a striking presence in a ritzy part of Paris just up the road from the Louvre. From the outside it looks like a piece of historic Roman architecture more than a church completed in the nineteenth century, but inside it's definitely ecclesiastical rather than pagan. With a beautiful main statue and some lovely murals, there's plenty to take in as you walk around. It looked like the exterior was under restoration while we were there, with scaffolding up, but it was still worth a visit. An enjoyable add-on in Paris.