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This German evangelical church is situated in Paris' 9th arrondissement. It features an organ dating from 1963 and occasionally hosts gospel concert.
This church in Paris' 17th Arrondissement occasionally hosts choral and classical concerts, in addition to participating in a yearly series of events for Paris' Nuits Blanches. It features an impressive organ dating from 1898.
Boulevard des Batignolles is situated in the area of Batignolles in the Paris city. There is an array of interesting shops along the Boulevard. There are markets held here regularly, so the shopping just gets better in Paris. Apart from the colorful stores, there are various eateries and also a church to be visited. This place is very well connected to the nearby transport facilities like the stations of Villers, Rome, Place de Clichy and Blanche. For further details please contact the tourist information center at +33 8 3668 3112.
This 16th-arrondissement church was constructed in 1923 by father Daniel Brottier. Its pristine interior features beautiful stone columns and a gorgeous series of stained glass windows. The chapel occasionally hosts chamber music and choral concerts.
Created in 1798, this cemetery is almost as famous as Père-Lachaise cemetery. The final resting place for many great French and foreign artists, visitors can meditate at the graveside of writers Alfred de Vigny, Stendhal and Heinrich Heine, painter and sculptor Degas, film director François Truffaut, dancer Nijinski or composers Offenbach and Berlioz. Their tombstones are occasionally monuments in themselves. Call ahead for more details as well as for arranging guided tours
The beautiful church of Église de la Sainte-Trinité stands as one of the city's many landmarks. Designed by Théodore Ballu, the church was built during the 1861 and 1867 and includes detailed architecture that mesmerizes all who come here. The church's bell tower stands tall at a staggering 63 meters (207 feet) and is topped by a dome. The opulence of the structure continues to its interiors which houses a Cavaillé-Coll chancel organ and grand organ. Apart from regular services conducted here for the community, the church is also the venue for many classical music and organ concerts. For art, architecture as well as music buffs, the Église de la Sainte-Trinité is a must stop while in the beautiful city.
This impressive 9th arrondissement church was constructed by Théodore Ballu in 1867. It features magnificent architecture in the Italian Renaissance and Gothic styles accented by the symbolic resurgence of the number three. Église de la Trinité hosts regular Thursday concerts showcasing orchestral and choral works.
In the summer of 1743, the king of France placed the first stone of what would become the Cathédrale Saint-Louis, which holds guests under the warmly lit arches of the nave to this day. The elegant architecture is symmetrical around the traditional form of a Latin cross, and a lovely perspective of the ensemble is visible from the Jardin du Roi at Versailles. The artwork filling the Cathédrale includes paintings, sculptures, and stained glass windows; the sculpted wood throne dates from the 18th Century. The marvelous organs, created by Clicquot a few years after construction was completed, were restored in the 19th Century.
The private mansion of President Adolphe Thiers, the 19th-century politician and historian, may be scheduled for visits by groups of ten to 50 people. The house is managed and preserved by the Fondation Dosne Thiers, along with its impressive library of French history including political, military, social, and administrative approaches.
This church was constructed in 1871 in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. At the time the quarter was going through a period of tremendous change due to the Haussmann reforms, which created broad rectilinear avenues through the district. Église Saint Augustin's architecture was composed by Baltard, who looked to Roman and Byzantine structures for inspiration. Today the church has a thriving congregation and occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts.
This 19th-century church is situated in Paris' 18th arrondissement. Its red brick exterior contains an incredible stone interior with beautiful stained glass windows and a grand organ dating from 1852. The church occasionally hosts choral and classical concerts.
Since 1858 there have been three churches dedicated to Saint Michel situated around La Fourche. Saint Michel des Batignolles was constructed in 1925 as the premier work of architect Chanoine Baston. Its clock tower is crowned with an incredible shining gold statue of Saint Michel. The church occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts.